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Facebook no longer allows access to his page in Belgium for people who are not registered or have not entered with them profile.

From Facebook made this in a requirement of the Belgian court, which said that Facebook should stop monitoring the activity of people who do not have profiles on the site.

In a study commissioned by the Belgian Privacy Commission (BPC), reported that Facebook tracks user profiles using “cookies” without their permission.

Facebook claims that using this type of tracking, its safe for the costumers. However, under EU law, web sites need to have permission from the user before place “cookies” on his computer.

In a letter to the BPC Facebook says it will begin to require anyone who wants access to its pages, to register or to log into his account. They will also eliminate “cookies” that monitor the activity of users.

The order of the Belgian Court is expected to be finalized this week after being delayed due to problems with the process of translation of documents in English.

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