Social media giant Facebook says it will classify news sources by their "trustworthiness", telling a select group of well-known media outlets that data from users would be used to grade various new brands.
Facebook is getting set to release an privacy control "clear history" update that will delete data on what you've clicked on, sites you've visited and more, but it only appears to be for Facebook users.
Facebook does not appear to have changed its attitude to user privacy in any way despite all its recent troubles, with the company having decided to avoid providing the protections afforded by the EU General Data Protection Regulation to nearly 70% of its registered users worldwide.
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