Facebook Is Providing Privacy Help to Small and Midsized Businesses, Developers

The social network teamed up with TeachPrivacy, Promontory, HackerOne

Facebook Tuesday announced partnerships aimed at helping small and midsized businesses and developers build privacy into their respective services.

For SMBs, the social network is teaming up with George Washington University Law School Prof. Daniel Solove and his privacy and security training company, TeachPrivacy, on privacy training.

The National Consumers League will deliver sessions at Facebook Community Boost events in Baltimore; New Orleans; San Diego; East Palo Alto, Calif.; and Edison, N.J., which will focus on “the 10 key things that SMBs should know about protecting their customers’ privacy.”

And in the European Union, the social network is testing a program developed by data-protection specialists at consulting firm Promontory to help SMBs navigate the General Data Protection Regulation.



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