TNW’s Daily Dose: Path settles with the FTC over user data, Facebook launches a card, and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Path settles with the FTC over user data, Facebook launches a card, and more

Path settles with the FTC over user data privacy, Facebook launches physical cards for its Gifts product, and also re-enables the controversial Photo Tag Suggestions in the US. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Path fined $800,000 by the FTC over underage signups, settles unauthorised iOS contact data collection: Read more
  • Facebook introduces the Facebook Card: Yet another way for businesses to rely on the social giant: Read more
  • Facebook re-enables Tag Suggestions facial-recognition feature in the US, on by default for all: Read more

  

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