Manipulating personal data from users continues with discussions with Facebook, and it's an issue New York Timesplatform They had more personal information than Microsoft, Amazon and Netflix.
According to the American media, they have access to many of the company's documents Mark Zuckerberg shared data without users' permission, through the creation of a business model through advertising.
This is among the details Facebook authorized Bing, Microsoft's search engine, to see friends' namesMeanwhile In Netflix and Spotify, he allowed the private user to read the messages.
As Steve Bassman, the director of Public Policy and Public Relations at Facebook, said that his partners did not violate user privacy, "we know people need to work to win confidence."
Netflix has commented on the controversy in the statements Worldand state "In any case, we have included private messages from private Facebook, and we have not done so. "
According to The New York Times About 150 companies were the beneficiaries of these agreements.
These include Amazon, user names and users and Yahoo's contact information and friend publications.
This is also due to the long discussions by Mark Zuckerberg's social network, mainly due to the privacy of its users and the fake news information.