finance.yahoo.com -- Johannes Caspar, head of the Hamburg office for data protection, said it had initiated legal steps that could result in Facebook being fined tens of thousands of euros for saving private information of individuals who don't use the site and haven't granted it access to their details. "We consider the saving of data from third parties, in this context, to be against data privacy laws," Caspar said in a statement. Facebook has until Aug. 11 to respond formally to the legal complaint against it. Its response will determine whether the case goes further.
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