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Google Asks Users To Complain Against Facebook

November 10th, 2010 11:02 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

dkd903 writes “A kind of war has been going on recently between Facebook and Google over a contacts export issue. First, Google blocked Facebook access to the GMail contacts API. To this, Facebook responded back with a new method to get GMail contacts of an user (the download contacts option). And now Google has slapped back again at Facebook and asks users indirectly to file a data protectionism complaint against Facebook. Now when a Facebook user clicks on the Download Your Contacts button on the Facebook import contact via GMail page, the user is then redirected to a new page on Google’s server, which looks something like this… Can I just say that watching his is absolutely hysterical?

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