Facebook could face EU sanctions if it doesn't tweak terms of service

  1. Facebook could face EU sanctions if it doesn’t tweak terms of service  The INQUIRER
  2. Facebook and Twitter Must Comply With EU Consumer Rules or Face Sanctions  NDTV
  3. Facebook told to speed up changes or face ‘sanctions’  BBC News
  4. Facebook and Airbnb told to change their ToS to fix EU consumer rights issues by year’s end  TechCrunch
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Facebook and Twitter Must Comply With EU Consumer Rules or Face Sanctions

  1. Facebook and Twitter Must Comply With EU Consumer Rules or Face Sanctions  NDTV
  2. EU gives Facebook, Twitter ultimatum on consumer protection laws  Deutsche Welle
  3. Facebook could face EU sanctions if it doesn’t change its terms of service  The Verge
  4. Facebook and Airbnb told to change their ToS to fix EU consumer rights issues by year’s end  TechCrunch
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Thai police charge founder of new party over Facebook speech

Thai police charge founder of new party over Facebook speechThai police on Monday charged the founder and two members of a new political party opposed to military rule with violating a computer crime law, an offense that could result in a five-year jail sentence, a fine of 100,000 baht ($3,062.79) or both. Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, 39, founder of the Future Forward Party, and two senior party members were charged under the Computer Crimes Act, after reporting to a Bangkok police station, where they were questioned and fingerprinted. Thanatorn, an auto parts billionaire and newcomer to the political scene, said he and his colleagues rejected the charges.


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