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According to a blog post from Facebook, the social network has once again transferred user data to other companies in contravention of the Group’s own data protection conditions. Specifically, this involves around 5,000 developers who have received user data. Actually, Facebook has an automatic blocking information that is supposed to become active if users have not started an app for three months. It has now been revealed that this function did not work correctly and thus app developers are still able to access data even for inactive users.
The operators of the apps, which users logged into via their Facebook account, were thus able to read out information such as date of birth, email, place of residence and friend lists. In response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which affected millions of users, this access was supposed to be significantly...
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