Facebook provided user data to Microsoft, Amazon and 150 companies
Security today has become difficult to obtain on the internet, Facebook has been involved in this issue for quite some time after the Cambridge Analytica scandal and several privacy problems. Days ago it was revealed that an API of the social network allowed companies to have access to images of 7 million users and today we return with one more news from Facebook, a new report from NYT affirms that the platform shared more personal information of users with large companies such as Spotify, Microsoft and Amazon, which had not been disclosed.
The New York Times recently published a new report on Facebook. According to what is mentioned, the company in charge of Mark Zuckerberg gave access to Microsoft, Amazon, Netflix and a lot of companies access personal data like private messages. The record is quite extensive, ranging from interviews with Facebook workers to internal company documents. Investigation Says Netflix and Spotify Were Allowed read private messages from your users, allowed Amazon to name and contact information ya Yahoo see all publications from your friends.
Some actions were taken until a few months ago, when the company was in trouble with privacy. According to the research, around 150 companies, most of them technological type were those that obtained information from millions of people who use the platform. Facebook continues to violate user privacy agreements, being the owner of WhatsApp and Instagram this type of action is dangerous.
What do you think of the new problem Facebook faces with privacy?