German Court’s Privacy Ruling Against Facebook Will Have Far-Reaching Effects

14 March 2018 ECT News Network, Inc. Publication
Authors: Edward H. Block Peter Vogel

E-Commerce Times

Facebook has millions of users in the European Union, and a German court recently ruled against the company in a case involving its privacy policy. Few ever read privacy policies except judges, who must examine them when challenges arise.

The new EU General Data Protection Regulations, which go into effect on May 25, will make things even more complicated.

If you have any customers who are EU residents, the new GDPR will impact you.

Read more.

Republished via TechNewsWorld here.

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