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Posted by New Scientist A new report from the Centre for Democracy and Technology (CDT) claims that Facebook has “failed” to do enough to keep people’s information private.

The report claims that, as of January, Facebook had not updated its privacy policy to reflect the changes in the information age.

The CDT’s report comes after Facebook announced plans to introduce a new privacy policy in April, and a new set of privacy policies is expected to be announced next month.

According to the report, Facebook’s policies and practices have been “completely inadequate” to the needs of the 21st century, which it says is why it was “extremely disappointed” that the social network was “unable to ensure that users’ personal information was protected”.

Facebook’s policy on the matter is set out in its Privacy Policy , which is available on its website.

According the CDT, Facebook failed to meet the “fundamental” needs of people in the digital age, including “the need to be able to control who is sharing our content, the ability to decide how and when to share personal information and the ability for users to control how and where they share their personal information”.

In the past, Facebook has said it has improved its privacy practices to ensure users have more control over what information is shared, but this report claims this hasn’t been the case.

Facebook has also said it will be working on a new policy for users, and promised to “continue to improve privacy practices” over the coming months.

Facebook’s Privacy Policy is not the only issue with Facebook’s privacy practices, however.

The company also failed to respond to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that led to the release of the CDF’s report.

Facebook is currently under investigation by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) over allegations of bias against conservatives.

The DOJ is also looking into allegations that Facebook failed users when it was trying to fix the platform.

According an investigation by Bloomberg, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is under investigation for alleged anti-conservative bias, and is reportedly trying to prevent the DOJ from investigating him.

Facebook refused to respond directly to the CDBT’s findings when contacted by the ABC, but did say it “strongly disagrees with the conclusions” of the report.

“The content of this report does not reflect our values and values have been consistently reaffirmed by the CDTB over the years.

The CDTB remains committed to upholding the core principles of open access and free speech, and remains committed in the face of new data protection challenges and privacy challenges,” Facebook said in a statement to the ABC.

It also said that it was not aware of the existence of any other information regarding the CDFT’s findings.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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