We will continue to work with privacy and information commissioners all over the world, including KOMINFO. - Spokesperson of the companyOn the other hand, Brazil is charging Facebook a fine of BRL 111.7 million or about Rs. 217 crores for failing to aid in a corruption investigation. Federal prosecutors stated that instead of cooperating, the company had been exploring legal options. Facebook said that this is groundless, and will continue to explore legal options anyway.
Facebook cooperates with law enforcement. In this particular case we have disclosed the data required by applicable law. We understand this fine lacks grounds, and are exploring all legal options at our disposal. - FacebookA similar charge of the fine was issued by the Judge in April 2016 when asked of Facebook to share WhatsApp messages that are ‘exchanged by individuals under investigation for defrauding the health care system of Brazil's Amazonas state.’ We do hope that Facebook immediately comes out of the legal issues. Stay tuned to be updated on the matter.
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