Today, Facebook has become an essential part of our life. Our routine is incomplete without the daily chats, photo uploads, information sharing that we do on this social platform. But, along with that as a user, it is very crucial to have the idea of the new Facebook data policy. After all, we must know how much data is being collected by Facebook and where is it being utilized. This article will provide an overview of the data policy of Facebook to make all the users aware of it.
Facebook collects data about everything you share
Facebook shares some information with advertisers
The company claims they only share non-personally identifiable information with the advertisements. For example, Facebook tells an advertiser that a specified advertisement did well in a particular location or demographic. Also providing some information to the service providers and vendors providing technical support by the tech-giant.
Facebook may have your credit card information too
The new Facebook privacy settings describe that it may collect the credit card information of the user. Facebook users have numerous occasions when they need to spend money on the platform. At the time when they utilize different paid services.
Facebook collects the information at the time of in-game purchase about the transaction. All debit card and credit card information, and shipping details as well. Though this might be sensitive to the privacy of the user. Sometimes it may be in favor of the user as well. Facebook promises that it will not misuse or share any sensitive data.
Most Facebook policies aren’t changing
Asking Facebook users whether they would like to share any religious or political information with them. Or if they want to allow target ads to appear on their Facebook home page. Earlier, users had the authority to turn off the option for target ads. For removing the political and religious information from their Facebook profiles but now the users will be asked specifically about these matters.
Facebook already made some changes. The users in Canada and the EU have to opt in to facial recognition technology to get the friends to tag in the photos. Earlier these users had the choice for turning off the facial recognition feature through Facebook privacy settings, now they have to opt-in.
Thus, this was an overview of the Facebook data policy. That is really important to share with you in order to make you aware of it. Hope you find it useful!
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