Fragmented U.S. Privacy Rules Leave Large Data Loopholes for Facebook and Others

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In a piece written for The Conversation—and reprinted in Scientific American—Florian Schaub comments on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional testimony on ways to keep people’s online data private, and argues that Facebook has little reason to protect U.S. consumers the same way they are required to in other countries, due to more comprehensive privacy laws abroad.

Read Florian's article at The Conversation or Scientific American.