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New York, Nov 21 (Canadian-Media): Google and Facebook, the world's dominant internet corporations were accused by the Amnesty International, London-based global rights group's new report, of being incompatible with the human right privacy including freedom expression and the right to equality and non-discrimination, media reports said.
Based in United Kingdom and founded in London in 1961, Amnesty International (commonly known as Amnesty or AI) is a non-governmental organization with a focus on human rights.
In the field of international human rights organizations, Amnesty has the third longest history, after the International Federation for Human Rights
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The report said the company's use of algorithmic systems to create and infer detailed profiles on people interferes is a breach of privacy of human rights.
Amnesty called on governments to legally guarantee people's right not to be tracked by advertisers or other third parties rectify current regulations and privacy-shielding measures.
Both Facebook and Google disagree with the Amnesty International report that their business practices "are inconsistent with human rights principles."