Facebook forbids usage of its data by surveillance software


#1

Facebook has changed the terms of use for developers of the social network. In the new terms the company now explicitly forbids to use data obtained from the social network to “provide tools that are used for surveillance”.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://www.myce.com/news/facebook-forbids-usage-data-surveillance-software-81603/

#2

And if you believe that, have I got a bridge for you.


#3

The Brooklyn or the Golden Gate ?


#4

The Calgary Chinese Finger Trap.
Our cost 35 million and still rising.
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#5

In other words, Facebook is saying “You can’t spy on people… that’s our job”.