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Facebooks and its Privacy problems
On February 16, 2018, the Belgian court ordered Facebook to delete illegally collected data or face fines of up to €100m, or daily €250,000 for breaking privacy laws by tracking people on third-party sites without information and consent.
In 2015, the Commission for the Protection of Privacy (CPP) took Facebook to the Belgian court for breaching EU law tracking all visitors without their explicit consent. The court ordered Facebook to stop tracking non-members at the end of 2015, but the company challenged the Belgian´s court jurisprudiction over the matter, alleging its European headquarters were in Dublin. They won the appeal, but it has now been overturned.
The Belgian court resolved on February 16th that Facebook had broken privacy laws by tracking people on third-party sites. The network has therefore been ordered to delete all data it had collected illegally on Belgian citizens (including non-Facebook-users) by placing cookies and invisible pixels on third party web sites. They have also been accused of not obtaining the user´s explicit consent to collect and store all this information. For example, in their app for smartphones, a location service was pre-activated that reveals a user’s location to people they are chatting to; in the privacy settings, pre-ticked boxes allowed search engines to link to the user’s personal profiles, meaning that anyone could easily access them. Finally, they are also facing accusations regarding insufficiently informing their users about the kind of data they collect, for which purposes it is used and how long it is stored.
09 Mar 2018Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, Students Experience
Challenges and trends for the XXI century lawyer
The International Bar Association (IBA) Young Lawyers´ Committee has partnered with IE Law School to launch a Young Lawyers´ Training Course on ...
23 Feb 2018Clinical Education, Global, Comparative and European Law, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, Management Skills
How IE Law School prepares tomorrow’s greatest leaders in global law
Our law students are part of a vibrant, global and diverse community, and have access to infinite learning opportunities throughout their studies.
20 Feb 2018Global, Comparative and European Law, Students Experience
Norberto Andrade on Policy, Privacy and Artificial Intelligence in Facebook
Our LLM and Bachelor students concluded the month of January with an interesting conference held by Dr. Norberto Andrade, Privacy and Public Policy ...
08 Feb 2018Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News, Students Experience
IE Law School students at LWOW KickOff in Switzerland
Our Bachelor of Laws students participating in the Law Without Walls (LWOW) program this year, lived an engaging, enlightening and exciting weekend ...
05 Feb 2018News, Students Experience
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