Facebook faces privacy questions

Friday, 18 January 2008, 8:58 PM EST

Facebook is to be quizzed about its data protection policies by the Information Commissioner's Office. The investigation follows a complaint by a user of the social network who was unable to fully delete their profile even after terminating their account.

Currently, personal information remains on Facebook's servers even after a user deactivates an account.

At the BBC.

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