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Data Protection: Bitpalast Websites Use 2-Click Solution for Facebook “Like” Button

That is why data protectors criticize the “like” button. Without a website user’s knowledge, information about his surfing behavior is transferred to Facebook’s servers. In an effort to solve the problem the Heise publishing house recently suggested a 2-click solution: before clicking the button a popup box provides information about the ramifications of clicking it. The first click activates the “like” button, while the second click performs the actual “like” function.

Internet service provider Bitpalast uses the Facebook “like” button in the footer section of its websites and implemented a 2-click solution for all its websites. On those sites Facebook scripts are loaded only after the user has been informed about the data transfer to Facebook and has given his or her consent.

About Bitpalast:
Since 1990, the company has been developing into a leading provider of systematic internet solutions and today operates web servers for international, almost exclusively commercial customers. The portfolio includes website design and web hosting services as well as personal support for each customer.

Website:
http://cheap-webserver-uk.bitpalast.net

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Bitpalast GmbH
Sensburger Allee 27
D-14055 Berlin, Germany

Interview partner:
Peter Debik MA

Phone (Great Britain): +44 20 34 68 27 22
Skype: bitpalast
[email protected]

Contact Information:
Bitpalast GmbH
Peter Debik MA
+44 20 34 68 27 22
Contact via Email
cheap-webserver-uk.bitpalast.net

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