Facebook takes steps to prohibit surveillance
Facebook has now updated its policies to make sure that it explicitly prohibits companies and organizations from using its services for surveillance.
An update to the policies on Facebook and Instagram now prohibits developers from using ‘data obtained from us to provide tools that are used for surveillance.’
This comes after some investigations but the ACLU which found out that social media monitoring companies sold their services to law enforcement agencies to be used to target people through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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