Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters
Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters

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Google, Facebook business models pose ‘one of the defining human rights challenges of our era’ - Amnesty

  • Two online giants are able to collect massive amounts of data which may be used against customers, according to the London-based human rights group

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Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters
Facebook pushed back against what it contended were inaccuracies in the report, saying it strongly disagreed with its business model being characterised as surveillance-based. Photo: Reuters
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