Facebook is suing the EU Commission. The power in an ongoing investigation of their right to access to data of the American group's use. However, the company wants to proceed in court. Background an ongoing investigation by the EU Supervisory authority for the market position of American technology group. Is determined, inter alia, in the question of how Facebook collects data and hence money earned – as well as whether the company provides with its "Marketplace," an unfair advantage in the classifieds business. Since March Facebook the European Commission has provided around 1.7 million pages, including internal E-Mails, available.
A "Euractiv.com" cited an Insider source claimed that the Commission is now demanding access to Facebook documents with more than 2500 search suggestions, the "very broad keyword criteria" contained. "Using such search criteria would result in hundreds of thousands of documents," said the source. "Many of them would be [for the investigation] is totally irrelevant, but personal information show."
A report by the "Financial Times" that it is specifically all the documents that contain the words "big question", "for free", "not good for us" and "shutdown".Updated Date: 28 July 2020, 10:20