Farrelly asks him to ask him what to hide from Facebook. Allan: "It does not seem to me that sharing the discussions with us is appropriate for the public … what we did, we do not hide anything, as regards all the discussions, like our company Positions, I do not think it appropriate."
Britain's Paul Farrelly turns to Six4Three. "What is your cow with you?"
Allan: "We are making changes to our cows we try to make changes. When we changed the API, they lost access to their friends' data, and they launched several issues.
"Their application – I was not the user – you will find photos of friends with bikini".
Farrelly has said it's "ironic," since Facebook began as a website that allows websites to compare the warmth of Harvard students. Allan reflects irony, but "Facemash" did not take on a bikini image.
Allan says that the API has changed in terms of being a Facebook-based mobile phone company as well as being a website, and shows Six4Three cache's apparently-configured messages. "At that time, all companies talked about new business models … The sector may have partial discussions about potential business ventures."
Clive Efford of Britain, then, is asking Richard Allan about his role as a householder of Etxebide, and seems to excuse the failure of Zuckerberg's failure.
"Not good," Allan admits. "However, I also have the role of helping my company, I try to tackle the issues that are currently facing them. Proudly, we have answered a thousand questions and have appeared before some commissions around the world."
Efford calls on Allan's description of basic principles in Facebook. Allan serves the company's two million users better, third-party developers will not be able to build themselves on Facebook themselves.
Efford asks "PS12N", a term known to Allan. As Efford says, "it seems to have to be the way to access API services and services."
Allan describes being an open platform, but they offer a unique situation with large brands that offer a unique place.
"People who see it meet the conditions and conditions, register and accept the platforms, then there are large companies that can have specific terms, but they offer services that are more valuable than the execution of the mill service and have more infrastructures. They are, for example, companies with significant data protection infrastructures, and therefore trustworthy to store data ".
Efford demands that one of these new conditions is to purchase large amounts of mobile advertising; Allan said it was not. Efford asks Facebook that it has been directed to a developer to close its operations later, move Facebook and earn money to Facebook; Allan refuses.
Efford says the committee must talk to Zuckerberg, because Allan does not make decisions.
Stevens does not store user data on Facebook.
Allan: "I have uploaded contact data, if the user does not reconcile the platform, it recommends them to friends.
"We all keep a newspaper that comes with us [with] security ".
Allan says Facebook does not have any money at all because the ads are not there.
Jo Stevens from the UK asks him about Facebook's "privacy page" on Facebook in November 2009, controlling what users see "personal profile and personal information." This was the basis of a 2012 Federal Trade Commission complaint, which allegedly gave developers access to this information beyond those controls.
Allan: "The understanding of the FTC settlement is against the idea of not having access to unauthorized access without permission. I was convinced that they were authorized to set controls.
"At that time the idea was like a calendar with your friends 'birthdays, it would be useful for third-party applications, it would have to be the access to your friends' birthdays. The idea behind this was not the most malicious thing, it was a value added."
Stevens: "If we set up customized privacy settings, that did not matter at all, did Facebook overwrite them?"
Allan: "No, it was a special setting, allowing users to share their information with developers."
Ryan finally asks Facebook whether or not to apply the GDPR throughout the world, and that is what Allan says.
Ryan offers advertising transparency in publicity advertising on Facebook, the United States, the United Kingdom and Brazil. "Why can not we be such a transparency right away now?"
Allan says the company has a team that works for the expansion. "There are three elements: the first one is to go to a page and see what's happening in ads. The second is the authorization, where we live in the country -" know your customers. "It is a third-party ad archive: if you run as a public advertisement advert, they are.
"This is a challenge, it is difficult to obtain permission, and then, as regards the archives, we are trying to figure out who is going to be the person who needs it, they are campaigning. People tried to tackle the game system, so false information, We created one. "
Ireland's Eamon Ryan has asked: "Ireland's data protection commissioner for 2012 ended the possibility of accessing friends' information, considering the legal appeal, but it was too long. We did not receive a clear answer, Facebook decided to address this recommendation. It was decided, in the company, and in 2015, when this misuse was discovered, what level was it decided to inform the Irish data protection commission? "
Allan considered Ireland "strong advice", but not "unlawful"; "The platform was a good idea at the time … and, therefore, with the data protection team we took the decision" if you are not forced to do so, we will not make that change ".
Ryan asks for a decision made in Europe or California; Allan says Facebook is made by Irish.
Catherine Morin-Desailly, from France, told the Cambridge Analytics scandal for a decision on access controls, "Allan repeated.
Allan says 2007's Facebook platform, Aleksandr Kogan used to collect data from a large number of people. Morin-Desailly asks whether users have warned; Allan has condemned the debate, but says Facebook has reported enough notice, but the specific use of data has been abusive.
"It was something we thought people knew at the time".
Morin-Desailly turns "shadow profiles" into an apparent policy to create profiling profiles for non-Facebook users. Allan denies the creation of profiles: "There is no shadow profile, there is a certain number of users that are not located on Facebook servers, which come from two sources: if you upload your contacts to our servers, and a certain number of data that Facebook surfers with the plugins there is one. "
Collins continues, if Facebook created a "policy list", companies could get personal data after changing their 2014 policy.
Allan explained that "the developers needed more time and that's why we justified the time."
"Someone chose to install the app according to the version [of the terms], the possibility of broader data was chosen. The API was never "firehose" & # 39; Similar to data … If you agree to and consented to certain permissions, the developers have been able to access some data of friends; In two versions, access has been removed. "
Collins asks Facebook if there is a reciprocity agreement, if they have provided data for accessing the data. Allan said that's why Facebook developers should have the ability to share content across Facebook. "Otherwise, extractive data are just extractive, there is no value for the Facebook community."
Parliament does not intend to publish Six4Three documents today, says Collins
Collins says that Facebook has "consistent models" to publicize public information publicly, to mention that the company did not say that when it asked for a Russian parliament on the activity, the parliament should know about the media.
Allan: "We have published reports that have been researched and confirmed, and we have published reports about some Russian-Iranian operator attempts over the last few months to spread false information on Facebook."
Collins presents the Six4 Three documents contained in Parliament, but "we do not have the intention of publishing it today."
However, Facebook made a claim in 2013 that a Russian entity extracted this information using an API. He asks if it's true, but Allan replies that Six4Three is attacking "enemy criminals."
Collins once again asks Facebook about what the offense was and whether it was reported. Allan says he says "at the best of parties", but he will "translate" his knowledge about Collins about Facebook about Facebook.
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