European Union Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Věra Jourová is warning Facebook to update its “misleading terms of service,” The Wall Street Journal reports. Facebook updated its terms of service earlier this year; however, Jourová said the document does not sufficiently explain the ways the tech company monetizes users’ data. Jourová said if Facebook does not change its terms of service by the end of the year, she will move to ask consumer-protection authorities in the EU to impose penalties. “I am becoming rather impatient. We have been in dialogue with Facebook almost two years,” Jourová said. “I want to see not progress — that is not enough for me. I want to see results.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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