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German Regulators Ban Facebook From Collecting WhatsApp Data

Earlier this year, WhatsApp betrayed its longstanding commitment o privacy when it announced that it would share user data with its parent company Facebook for the purpose of selling ads. Today, a German regulator announced it is putting the brakes on Facebook’s plan. Read more...
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