Malaysian Government Rejected After Requesting 197 Facebook Users Info
Aug 29, 2013 20:58
According to the latest Global Government Request Report, Putrajaya had applied at least seven requests to access the data of 197 users. Luckily for those users, Facebook never approved any of them.
Mark Zuckernberg, the CEO and Founder of Facebook, said the aim of posting the report was to provide transparency and trust for all users. It's still unclear on which users were being target or the reasons on why the requests were made. But at least we now know for sure that "big brother" is always watching.
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