EU authorities against Google, Facebook and Twitter
EU authorities accused Google, Facebook and Twitter in violation of the rights of consumers. The company received a month to the enforcement of the rules of their services into line with European legislation. Otherwise, they could face fines, writes Reuters.
In December 2016, EU regulators have notified the Internet company about the fact that some of the terms of their user agreements violate the law of consumer protection. In particular, was been criticized by a clause according to which if you wish to file a lawsuit against the company, EU citizens must apply to the court for the United States.
Google, Facebook and Twitter were also charged that they clearly do not mark sponsored content and not enough to effectively combat fraud on their sites.
In the case of Google claims the social network Google+.
Representatives of the companies have already proposed some solutions to solve these problems. For reformatting of the nuances they have a month.