Netflix Denies It Read Users’ Facebook Messages

Facebook has reportedly given several tech companies greater access to users’ personal data than it gave to the public, and even gave Spotify and Netflix, even though Netflix denies this, “the ability to read Facebook users’ private messages.”

These findings come by way of a New York Times report that said internal documents showed that Facebook offered data for its over 2.2 billion users to Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify, Netflix and more.

In addition to Spotify and Netflix being able to read Facebook users’ private messages, the report also claims that Microsoft Bing could see all Facebook users’ friends without their consent and Amazon could gain access to users’ names and contact information through their friends.

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