A flaw-by-flaw guide to Facebook’s new GDPR privacy changes

Source: Josh Constine, TechCrunch

Facebook is about to start pushing European users to speed through giving consent for its new GDPR privacy law compliance changes. It will ask people to review how Facebook applies data from web to target them with ads, and surface the sensitive profile info they share. 

But with a design that encourages rapidly hitting the “Agree” button, a lack of granular controls, a laughably cheatable parental consent request for teens, and an aesthetic overhaul of Download Your Information that doesn’t make it any easier to switch social networks, Facebook shows it’s still hungry for your data.  Facebook brought a group of reporters to its Menlo Park headquarters to preview the changes today.

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