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Cynthia Chassigneux

14 décembre 2011

Facebook et FTC (3)

Suite à l'accord intervenu entre Facebook et la Federal Trade Commission (billet), ouvert pour commentaires jusqu'au 30 décembre 2011, on peut lire sur le site de l'Electronic Privacy Information Center que: 
"EPIC launched the "Fix FB Privacy Fail" campaign to encourage the public to support improvements to a settlement between Facebook and the FTC. The settlement follows from complaints filed by EPIC and other consumer and privacy organizations in 2009 and 2010 over Facebook’s decision to change its users' privacy settings in a way that made users' personal information more widely available to the public and to Facebook's business partners. Although the proposed settlement is far-reaching, there are several ways in which it could be improved. EPIC has recommended that the FTC require Facebook to restore the privacy settings users had in 2009; give users access to all of the data that Facebook keeps about them; stop making facial recognition profiles without users' consent; make the results of the government privacy audits public; and stop secretly tracking users across the web. The period for public comment on the proposed settlement ends on December 30. The campaign also allows users to sign on to the petition without using Facebook."
(Source: EPIC, Latest News, December 14, 2011)

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