- Here are some examples of the types information it collects
- more detail about how it uses information across its products to improve people’s experiences
- Find out more about the process and how it collects location-related data
- more examples of how it uses the information to personalize people’s experiences
- Provide additional information about your audience and the settings that you can control who can see your content or activity.
- How it works with vendors, partners, service providers, and third parties
Meta provides users with a new way for them to manage their audience. Users will be able to easily control who sees their updates on Facebook with these new default settings at the post level. Until now, users’ default audience for updates matches the audience you recently select, which means that if your last posted update was made available to the public, then all posts that come afterward would be public as well. These settings will allow users to select a default audience. This default audience will apply to all new posts on Facebook unless you make any changes to a specific post. This new setting makes it easy for users to share updates with the people they prefer on their timelines. New ways have been created for users to control the ads that they see. Meta recently centralized the Ad Topics, Interest Categories and Facebook controls into one control. This will allow users set their preferences across ad topic that indicates the target categories advertisers reach out to and the content ad. Meta seems to have implemented several restrictions to its data policy since the Cambridge Analytica scandal to reduce abuse.