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Facebook Says Users Don’t Have any Expectations of Privacy from the Network

Facebook Says Users Don’t Have any Expectations of Privacy

Facebook has gone through some major problems over last couple of years. Especially after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company had come under extreme pressure as the social networking giant saw a number of lawsuits. And it seems that the company won’t be getting out of controversies anytime soon as earlier on Wednesday, Facebook lawyer, Orin Snyder argued that users of social networks don’t have any expectations of privacy.

Snyder’s comments came during his defense of a class action lawsuit. He said, “There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy.”

He added, “You have to closely guard something to have a reasonable expectation of privacy.”

Given that Facebook has changed its stance over privacy recently and Judge Vince Chhabria pointed it out. He said, “What you are saying now sounds contrary to the message that Facebook itself disseminates about privacy.”

It’ll be interesting to see how the company decides to move forward as Mark Zuckerberg recently said that the social networking giant will work to become a more privacy focused social platform moving forward.

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