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Facebook reveals 7 privacy principles with new educational videos

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Facebook created an adorable blue dinosaur back in 2014 to help educate its users about the social network’s privacy settings. But in 2018, the dino is not enough.

On Monday, Facebook released its privacy principles — seven sentences that the company says it should be held accountable to — as well as a series of educational videos about how to control the information Facebook collects and uses to show you ads, and how to delete your account.

The move, announced in a blog post, is not all for fun or just because Facebook suddenly realized it should be more communicative with its users on privacy. It dropped on Data Privacy Day. It’s also a sign that Facebook is preparing for the European Union’s upcoming privacy changes known as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new rules go into effect on May 25.  Read more…

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