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The Dutch Data Protection Authority calls on the government not to use Facebook

The Dutch Data Protection Authority today advised government agencies to stop using Facebook, while it remains unclear exactly what happens to users' personal data on Dutch government pages on the platform. “People who visit a government website should be able to trust that their personal and sensitive data is in safe hands,” said AP President Aled Wolfsen. Undersecretary for Digitization Alexandra van Hoofelen said that Facebook's parent company, Meta, must clarify before the summer how it will assuage the government's concerns about the security of personal data, APE reports. “Otherwise we will be forced to stop using Facebook following this advice,” he added.
Source: News Beast

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