Facebook has published a white paper asking regulators to create a new global standard for data sharing. The social network called for clarity regarding "what kinds of data should be portable and who is responsible for protecting that data as it moves to different services," according to a news release from Facebook Policy Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan. The white paper covers five specific questions that Facebook hopes will "help advance a global conversation about what it means to build privacy-protective data portability." Egan also noted that a new framework for data sharing would enhance and complement current privacy regulations.
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