euroconsumers facebook aprilhaeckpolitico Euroconsumers, a leading European consumer organization, has called on Facebook to do more to protect the privacy of its users. In a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Euroconsumers said that the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal “has raised serious concerns about the way Facebook collects and uses data.” Euroconsumers is calling on Facebook to give users more control over their data, including the ability to delete their data from Facebook if they wish. euroconsumers facebook aprilhaeckpolitico
Europe’s consumers are increasingly turning to Facebook to seek out information about the products and services they purchase, according to a new study by AprilheaCkPolitico. The study found that 42 percent of European consumers say they use Facebook to check out product reviews, while 34 percent use it to compare prices. And more than half of those surveyed said they had used Facebook to complain about a product or service. The findings suggest that Facebook is playing an increasingly important role in the European consumer market. euroconsumers facebook aprilhaeckpolitico
In April, Facebook will launch a new feature called “Euroconsumers.” This feature will allow users to see how their data is used by the company. Facebook will also allow users to opt out of having their data used for targeted advertising. This new feature is part of the company’s effort to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).