A Belgian privacy watchdog says that Facebook is flouting European privacy laws by tracking people without their consent, including those who have not even registered with the social networking site. The Belgian Privacy Protection Commission (CPVP/CBPL) launched the scathing attack after carrying out an investigation into the US tech giant’s practices. Preliminary recommendations were published on Friday. Facebook would not explain in detail how it uses the data it collects from individuals online and there are also problems with plug-ins, some of which can affect people who don’t even have a Facebook account, the commission said. One of the plug-ins under scrutiny was the ‘Like’ button. The social network, the commission noted, has the power to link the browsing habits of internet users to their interactions on the net and other personal data including medical information, and sexual or religious and political preferences. Facebook tramples on European and Belgian privacy laws.
With war in the Middle East and the socio-political unrest occurring in various parts of the globe, the US government actually came up with an idea to fake alien invasion just to usher in world peace. When you watch the video, you get to know more about Project Blue Beam. It was said that the military attempted to try to use this tactic to overthrow Saddam Hussein and even Fidel Castro. But what is the Project Blue Beam all about? How does it work and is there really truth behind this project? Watch the video to find out more about Project Blue Beam.