Facebook said on Tuesday that the company signed at least 4 cooperation agreements with Chinese companies.
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In the letter, he asked Alphabet CEO Larry Page if he had signed up for a "third party partnership" with Chinese equipment manufacturers and whether a review had been conducted to ensure that the companies handled user data properly. He also asked Jack Dorseyn, chief executive of Twitter, if the company also had a relationship with Huawei.
"We signed agreements with a number of manufacturers around the world, including HUAWEI," Google said in an e-mail statement on Thursday. We did not provide special access to Google user data in these agreements. Our agreement also includes privacy and security protection measures.
Twitter refused to comment on it. The New York Times reported last Sunday that Facebook's user friend data can be used by device makers without the user's explicit permission. Facebook denied the case and said that data access allows users to use account functions on mobile devices.
The report has triggered a lot of criticism from US Congressmen, and some think Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) should disclose the matter at the congressional hearing in April this year. (Si Yuan)