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Facebook's 'like' button puts businesses at risk of breaching data privacy laws, warns top EU court
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Please refresh the page and retry. According to the European Court of Justice ruling, a site that embeds the Facebook "like" icon and link on its pages also sends user data to the US web giant. Under EU data protection law, therefore, a European retailer and the US platform are jointly responsible for gathering the data and sending it to Facebook's Irish subsidiary.
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