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Tech Companies express support for Facebook after handing over user data
Large technology companies such as Google, Microsoft and Twitter have expressed their support for Facebook, which has landed in a legal battle over the protection of user data. The company had to hand over data without it could make. Thereby objection
Trial Judge In total, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, LinkedIn, Dropbox and Yelp testify in a joint motion Friday their support for Facebook. They did this to the prosecutor in New York, where , according to PC World also Foursquare, Kickstarter, Meetup, Tumblr and submitted a separate application earlier. In that request, they ask whether justice usage data obtained can destroy.
The tech companies are also dissatisfied with the gag order that Facebook has been imposed. They feel that the company should have had to object to the command object. Chance In addition, Facebook had affected users what their concerns may in lights before. Now, it took months for Facebook users should inform.
The endorsement of the prominent companies Friday follows after last year’s social networking site was handed over to the municipality of New York, and could make the company. Raises no objections by order of a judge, the data of 381 suspects fraud The data ranged from cute pages found in private messages to other users. The suspects were false claims submitted to insurance companies, because they no longer would be able to work physically. On the basis of data which is to be found back was on their Facebook profiles, would, however, be seen that this was not the case.
Facebook did not want to hand over the personal data, because the applications in his opinion contrary to the American Fourth Amendment . This law requires that the state must not perform unreasonable searches and personal belongings should not take. No reason The judge in New York ruled that Facebook is just a platform where data is re-posted online, and no target for a criminal investigation. Facebook, according to the court only to store the data of its users. Therefore, the law would not apply to Facebook in the case.
Furthermore, the judge found that should not be made who the affected users, to avoid that they can erase once they realize that an investigation is to them. Their information on Facebook known Facebook went in appeal against the ruling.Viewing:-132
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