In Europe, they can completely disable Instagram and Facebook

 Instagram and Facebook may be completely disabled in Europe

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Meta, which is owned by Mark Zuckerberg, may block Instagram and Facebook from working in Europe. It's all because of the rules on the use of personal data, writes Mashable.

In accordance with the European rules for the use of data, Meta cannot receive data from European residents on US servers. At the same time, this issue is decisive for the company regarding its business, both in terms of work and advertising.

According to EU law, confidential user data is stored exclusively within the jurisdiction of the union.
< br /> “If we are unable to transfer data between or between the countries and regions in which we operate, or if we are prohibited from transferring data between our products and services, this may affect our ability to provide our services, the way in which we provide our services or our ability to target ads,” Meta said in a statement. will have to abandon the provision of a number of their products in Europe.

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