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Facebook is using 'dishonest and manipulative' tactics to get EU users to agree to facial recognition, critics say (FB)

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Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()

Facebook is using 'dishonest and manipulative' tactics to get EU users to agree to facial recognition, critics say (FB)· *Facebook is asking some users in Europe to consent to the use of facial recognition technology.*
· *But the social network has been accused by privacy experts by asking for permission in a "fundamentally dishonest and manipulative way."*
· * The request comes ahead of sweeping new privacy regulation in the EU.*

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