Chris Kelly Does Not Like Facebook's "Instant Personalization" Service


Facebook’s former Chief Privacy Officer, Chris Kelly, made a public statement against Facebook’s new “Instant Personalization” service, days after the program came under attack from a number of Senators. In a public statement, Chris Kelly distanced himself from Facebook saying, “Facebook’s recent changes to its privacy policy and practices with regard to data sharing occurred after I left the company.”

While Facebook has yet to take any significant public stance suggesting that the company will back away from the new program, the company is under increasing pressure.

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