EU Resolution calls for full audit of Facebook’s protection and security of users’ personal data

In a resolution adopted on Thursday, MEPs urge Facebook to allow EU bodies to carry out a full audit to assess data protection and security of users’ personal data, following the scandal in which the data of 87 million Facebook users was improperly obtained, and misused.
MEPs say that Facebook did not only breach the trust of EU citizens, “but indeed EU law”. They recommend that Facebook make changes to its platform to comply with EU data protection law.

It never rains. It pours. The bad news just keeps rolling in for Facebook at the moment. If you’re a large International aggregator in this space, you should, right now, be taking a long hard, honest look at yourself before it bites you too.

Via European Parliament