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Comment and ‘Like’ on Facebook

On the MFA blogs, we’ve chosen to use authentication via Facebook to be able to make a comment. This means that as a visitor, you do not need to register on the blog in order to make a comment. Instead, you can log on via Facebook and then comment on the blog.

Your comments on the blog will not be visible on Facebook. However, they will be visible on your Facebook profile if you click on the ‘thumbs up’, and ‘Like’ a post.

If you are already logged on to Facebook and want to comment on the blog you click on the blue button ‘Connect with Facebook’. A Facebook popup then asks your permission to connect your Facebook account to the MFA blog. The popup may give the impression that personal data is saved by the MFA, but this is not the case. All we use is name, Facebook ID and email address, since these are the purely technical requirements to enable posting of a comment on the blog. Your email address is never shown in the blog and we never share it with a third party.

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