Last week, a team of Belgian researchers reported that the social network giant had been illegally tracking the web browsing habits of every visitor, even if they aren't account holders, or have explicitly opted out of tracking within the EU.
When contacted for comment, a Facebook-Person complained that the authors had never been in contact with Facebook, and anyway, Facebook had also explained "in detail the inaccuracies in the earlier draft report" despite the authors having not been in contact.
In another-words, “they got caught.”
The Belgian Privacy Commission set to announce what steps it will take on 29 April, and with a current class action suit in Austria, the Zucker-Man Bunch are scrambling their PR department to shoot down allegations of breaches of European privacy laws.
And you wonder why I skip over, or ignore most,
--- Facebook garbage!