Facebook Admits It Collects User Data Even From Non-Users

Facebook Admits It Collects User Data Even From Non-Users

Facebook Admits It Collects User Data Even From Non-Users

It says, yet again that this is for the best of internet users.

"If you register or login to the App using your Facebook account, you are authorizing us to access certain Facebook account information", the TOS reads, "including information you make available via Facebook, your friends list, relationship status, current location and those friends you have in common with other Bumblers". "He's either deliberately misunderstanding some of the questions, or he's not clear about what's actually happening inside Facebook's operation", said Daniel Kahn Gillmor, a senior staff technologist at the American Civil Liberties Union.

In a document filed late Friday, Facebook said it had spent $7.3 million in personal security costs and $1.5 million on personal use of private aircraft by Zuckerberg in 2017, a 54 percent increase from the year before, bringing the total to $8.8 million, compared with $5.8 million in 2016.

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Users who don't want their Facebook interests to show ads on other websites and apps can prohibit this in these settings as well.

"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". The post further lists the services that are used by these third party apps and websites.

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In return for that information, Facebook helps those websites serve up relevant ads or receive analytics that help them understand how people use their services. First: your data is being shared even when you're logged out of Facebook.

Zuckerberg, for instance, said the collection was done for security purposes, without explaining further or saying whether it was also used for measurement or analytics, Gillmor said, adding that Facebook had a business incentive to use the non-user data to target ads.

When you visit a website, your browser (for example Chrome, Safari or Firefox) sends a request to the site's server. When a user clicks on a like button on a website or app, for the data to reflect on the website, Facebook has to send it to the browser and for that it needs the IP address.

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The blog post states that it is not just Facebook that collects such data. But he stressed the practice was widespread, with companies such as Google and Twitter also doing the same. Google has a popular analytics service. These and many other companies offer advertising services too.

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