Facebook to share privacy report to new board committee, FTC
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Thursday it would now share the report on its privacy practices to a newly formed committee on its board following its settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over data privacy probe.
The social media giant said an independent, third-party assessor will report on its practices to the committee as well as the FTC. (https://bit.ly/30QWrTW)
(Reporting by Neha Malara; Editing by Arun Koyyur)
Twitch - Learn to Game
Twitch is an online streaming service, where viewers can watch live and pre recorded videos of people playing video games. The person broadcasting is often on screen, alongside the ingame footage. They provide a commentary to what’s happening and there is also a chat function for viewers to interact with the broadcaster by asking questions and commenting.
Chinese video app TikTok's practices are to be examined by an EU task force, the bloc's privacy watchdog said on Wednesday, which also warned EU police forces against using facial recognition software from U.S. company Clearview AI.