Facebook has said that it plans to temporarily suspend features in its Instagram and Messenger applications for European users to comply with changes in the ePrivacy Directive. The company plans to reactivate those capabilities quickly once it is assured they are in compliance with the directive. "We're still determining the best way to bring these features back. It takes time to rebuild products in a way that work seamlessly for people and also comply with new regulation," Facebook said in a statement.
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