Facebook on Tuesday unveiled a comprehensive series of privacy enhancements designed to extend protections required by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation to all of the social media company’s users around the world.
The updates, which include major changes to the company’s terms and data policies, fulfill promises CEO Mark Zuckerberg made to House and Senate members in Washington D.C., Facebook officials said.
The congressional grilling followed disclosures that Facebook had allowed political data firm Cambridge Analytica to gain unauthorized access to the personal information of as many as 87 million users.
“We not only want to comply with the law, but also go beyond our obligations to build new and improved privacy experiences for everyone on Facebook,” Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan and Deputy General Counsel Ashlie Beringer wrote in an online post.
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