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Facebook users to right to privacy

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SAN FRANCISCO – Three users of the Facebook Messenger app on Tuesday, a case started against Facebook. They say that the social network their privacy has been violated by the data of their telephone calls and messages to collect.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook gave last Sunday that the telephone records and other data of users had been collected, but only for Android-users that their settings had allowed it. The company said that it was not the content of conversations or messages had collected, and that data is not sold to third parties.

The case has been filed in a federal court in the Northern district of California. The plaintiffs are stretching the case on behalf of all affected users. Facebook has not yet responded.

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