In February, Facebook changed its terms of service, but for EU officials alone it was not enough. "Google's latest offer seems to be suited to consumer authorities, Facebook, more importantly Twitter's demands, but it is partly due to its responsibilities and important issues concerning the way the European Commission has stated in the then press release I did not address it.
As detailed in February last year, officials said that Facebook will continue to defend consumer rights, including opt-out of online purchase, in order to continue in Europe, not in California where Facebook is the foundation of Facebook I want it. The EU also hopes that the rules of social media platforms will respect consumers more when services are poor.
by Reuters Facebook's compliance is in contrast to Airbnb's obedience. The rental platform has recently been requested in July, because the terms of service changed. Airbnb is now more transparent about pricing details and offers better terms to consumers using platforms in the EU.
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