Facebook says it is not required to give you a copy of some of your personal data as it could adversely affect the company's trade secrets and intellectual property.
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Facebook has opened its second US data center, in Forest City, North Carolina. The first one is in Prineville, Oregon. Both are touted by the company as among the most energy efficient in the world.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee believes Internet users need to realize the value of the data Internet giants like Facebook, Google, and Twitter have on them, and demand to have it.
The European Union is unhappy with the fact that Facebook turned on Tag Suggestions, a facial recognition feature, by default without notifying users first.
Some experts, including VMware CEO Paul Maritz, believe Facebook will have to fight a patent war if it doesn't soon take the proper defensive measures.
Facebook and Greenpeace have partnered to promote clean, renewable energy and improve energy efficiency in data centers. The news follows a large Greenpeace campaign against Facebook.
Facebook's data center in Prineville, Oregon has received LEED Gold Certification. The company has taken the opportunity to share more details about the facility and its many firsts.