The latest Facebook data breach is prompting scrutiny on the world stage.
On Monday, the Japanese government asked Facebook to be more proactive and transparent about protecting its users' dataReuters learned of the request via a statement from Japan’s Personal Information Protection Commission.
Specifically, Japanese authorities want Facebook to increase monitoring of third party apps, tell users when there's been any issue, and keep the government abreast of any changes to its security infrastructure.
The letter is reportedly just a request. There is nothing legally binding or carrying any penalties within it. Read more...