Facebook announced on Wednesday that it has joined the online privacy and freedom advocacy group Global Network Initiative (GNI), reports The Wall Street Journal. The affiliation may help to show users that Facebook is taking privacy concerns seriously and also help it navigate expansion in developing countries, the report states. GNI provides guidance on protecting online privacy against government intrusions and reviews members’ practices to ensure they are in line with GNI’s goals. Meanwhile, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in Poland on Wednesday meeting with Polish Minister for Administrative Affairs and Digitisation Michal Boni about the global significance of the Polish IT industry. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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