Our sister blog, Social Media Law Bulletin, just analyzed Germany’s latest ruling on retail web site Peek & Cloppenburg’s integration of Facebook’s “like” button into its site.
Our readers will be interested to learn how this rapidly growing social marketing tool is tracking users’ IP addresses, browser strings and more. The usually conservative German court predictably held that the “like” button violated users’ privacy rights.
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Written by our South African colleagues, Nerushka Deosaran and Tatum Govender, read the Social Media Law Bulletin post, ”Facebook ‘like’ button violates privacy laws” to learn how your business can protect itself from similar actions.