Markey Calls for Facebook Crackdown
May 7, 2018
Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has called on the Federal Trade Commission to make Facebook stop tracking users across websites after they have logged out of Facebook accounts, and to suspend facial recognition tools pending the FTC's completion of an investigation into Facebook's compliance with an existing consent decree (Facebook is under a FTC consent decree dating from its 2011 settlement of FTC allegations it deceived consumers by not keeping its privacy promises.
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