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

Business Insider 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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