Facebook believes accountability and investment signals it is taking privacy seriously
Facebook has taken the opportunity to bust some so-called myths about the company’s approach to privacy.
During a virtual briefing with media on Wednesday, the social media giant’s privacy and policy director Steve Satterfield said the company is on a “perpetual quest” to bust the myth that Facebook sells people’s data to advertisers or other third-parties.
He pointed out, for instance, that the company believes a globally consistent approach to privacy regulation is necessary, noting that inconsistency is “both bad from a user’s perspective and it’s also bad from the business perspective”.
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