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Facebook will move the data of 1.5 billion users to avoid EU’s new privacy law
By making a minor change in its terms and conditions of use, Facebook is moving the data of all users outside of the US, Canada and the European Union from its Ireland headquarters to its offices in California, effectively escaping the EU’s new privacy prot

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of course they would do that, they live off selling their users' data. and now they moved it to a country where spying is enforced by the government.

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