"Today I am spoking with the executive on Facebook. This I do to indicate my skepticism. Many privacy settings data that has been repaired, was repaired and there were also some improvements that would follow. "
However, continued Aigner, there is no way near enough to protect the privacy of users or in accordance with German law.
Aigner said that the authorities in data protection in Germany has checked the settings and Aigner believes that Facebook, a site that is followed by 400 million users worldwide, will knock the rule in most countries in Europe.
Aigner, one of the members of conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel, has been providing such threats in April by sending a letter to the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.
This action comes after widespread criticism of the expert group on Facebook privacy laws in Europe and the U.S. about the fact that this site allows partner sites using their member data.
These changes are part of Zuckerberg's desire to change his highly successful site into a profitable business.
In response, Facebook launched on Thursday and then updates the privacy rules 'significantly reduce' the amount of information that can be viewed by others.
Facebook also gives more control to the user about the external application concerning access to information. However, critics say that this change does not provide sufficient impact.