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Facebook clarifies how it collects data when you're logged out

17 Avril 2018

"When you visit a site or app that uses our services, we receive information even if you're logged out or don't have a Facebook account", David Baser, a product management director, wrote in a blog post.

Audit of apps: Facebook has announced that it will be conducting an audit of all apps that had access to large amounts of data before 2014 when the company reduced developers' access to the data.

What are Facebook's 'shadow profiles?'

The 2011 consent decree capped years of Facebook privacy mishaps, many of which revolved around its early attempts to follow users and their friends around the internet.

In case you're wondering why Zuckerberg didn't top him, that's because Facebook does not classify Zuckerberg's security program as a perquisite for his benefit. The data analytics firm reportedly harvested data of over 80 million Facebook users, which allegedly was used to help President Donald Trump's election campaign in 2016.

During his testimony, Zuckerberg responded to a question asked by U.S. representative that his company tracks the data of non-Facebook users for security purposes. In his opening testimony, he stated that he and the company are making sure to take steps in creating more security and reevaluating restrictions to outsiders' access to individual's personal information. Yes, you heard that right.

Since the average length of a Facebook update is 11 words you can see that the results of this "psychological manipulation" test were tiny.

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Facebook's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted in Congress last week that Facebook is spying on non-users by recording their web browsing history.

In the document, Facebook illustrates how it can crunch its user base of over 2 billion people and predicts millions of people who are "at risk" of jumping ship from one brand to a competitor.

Zuckerberg has stated his willingness to comply with GDPR for its European users but has stopped short of guaranteeing similar protections for users in the United States and elsewhere. This was revealed by Carolyn Everson, Facebook VP of global marketing solutions who said, "We have not seen wild changes in behavior with people saying I'm not going to share any data with Facebook anymore".

Facebook clarifies how it collects data when you're logged out