New privacy laws from the European Union will soon require data companies make it easy and clear for consumers to understand what the companies are collecting and how to delete it.
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They follow intense criticism of the firm after it emerged that data about 50 million users had been harvested and passed on to a political consultancy.
The episode has prompted renewed attention to how much information about its users Facebook tracks, and accelerated government scrutiny of Facebook, which is already under a microscope for its role in allowing Russian-backed groups to use its tools to sway USA political discourse before and after the 2016 presidential race.
Facebook also stated that in the coming weeks they will update their Terms of Service and Data Policy.
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The data policy will also be updated to better explain the type of data collected, and how its being used.
Facebook shares are down almost 18 percent since 16 March, when it first acknowledged that user data had been improperly channelled to Cambridge Analytica, eating away almost $100 billion of the company's market value. In doing so, the social networking giant promises to eliminate the number of screens you need to go through to make changes to your Facebook account.
While deposing before UK Parliament, Wylie said that he believed that one of the clients was Congress. Cambridge Analytica faces charges of data breach.
Among them are a promise to inform people who may have been impacted by Cambridge Analytica's data use and to audit apps that had access to Facebook data. Although Facebook said that it stopped the practice that allowed the Trump-linked firm to collect so much personal data from the platform, the episode highlighted popular unease about the site's obtuse privacy settings and vulnerability to scammers, fake news merchants, and other bad actors.
Details of the changes were announced in a blog.
Now, however, his company wants to conduct a "deeper review" of how they collect data before revealing them to the public. "With the GDPR coming into force in a couple of months, data privacy is now high on many organisations' agendas". But the company hopes its 2.2 billion users will have an easier time navigating its complex and often confusing privacy and security settings.
"It's been a very intense week", Sherman said in an interview.