10 FEBRUARY 2016: The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) has publicly given Facebook three months in which to comply with the French Data Protection Act

On 8 February, the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) made public the formal notice it had issued to Facebook on 26 January. In this notice, the CNIL rebuked the social network for several breaches of the French Data Protection Act involving the collection not just of its members’ personal data, but of the data of visitors with no Facebook account.

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