Facebook Ordered to Not Send European User Data to the US


Everything in the digital realm could be set to become significantly more complex amongst the rising concerns over digital data surveillance, and how the citizen information across different nations can be utilized by various government groups.

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As per to the latest report from The Wall Street Journal, a EU privacy regulator has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend all data transfers to the US about its EU users. Also, it suggests that EU officials are extremely concerned about potential surveillance practices by the US Government. They are seeking to limit such by restricting the total flow of user information, specially keeping user data within each region. Thus they will not allow data access by other nations.

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