"Further, according to the statute, the company must state the purpose and length of its data-collection program.
The lead plaintiff, Carlo Licata, claims that Facebook's biometric program shows “brazen disregard for its users’ privacy writes.” He added that the way changing user settings will not change what biometric data the company collects, the Chicago Tribune reports."
Hahaha. Good luck with that. Bet it gets nipped in the bud.
It does, however, give me an idea for a little project.
Also: "Privacy writes" -- Ttt. Really, Business Insider UK? Do you actually employ any copy-editors or are they all maxed-out bottom-line freelance too?