Facebook Lets Users Control Data Shared By Apps And Websites

Facebook’s latest commitment to user privacy is underwhelming to say the least

Beth Kirkbride
Aug 21, 2019 · 4 min read

Why should you use this tool?

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What will the new Off-Facebook Activity tool do?

Why are Facebook launching this tool?

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How significant is this commitment to user privacy?

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Beth Kirkbride

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The Indiependent Founder, NCTJ qualified journalist, Oxford University grad. Interested in tech, political communication & data ethics. Tweets: @BettyKirkers

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The Indiependent Founder, NCTJ qualified journalist, Oxford University grad. Interested in tech, political communication & data ethics. Tweets: @BettyKirkers

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