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Facebook is making its privacy settings easier to find

29 March 2018

Lawmakers want to know how the social network seemingly permitted data from around 50 million users to be used to influence the U.S. presidential election ...

Facebook will also let users download more of their information than before, so they can see and manage the personal data they've shared with Facebook (including new categories such as likes, comments, reactions, search history, and location history), and transfer it to another service, if they choose.

People familiar with Facebook's plans said that Facebook truly meant to release its new smart products in the fall but have a developer preview right after the May unveiling.

That trove of data is unwieldy and can be as much as 400,000 Word documents.

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But after "learning of the recent meddling in a free USA election" involving data on Facebook users ― "more than 25 million of which are Playboy fans" ― Hefner said it was "clear to us that we must leave the platform".

"Some people want to delete things they've shared in the past, while others are just curious about the information Facebook has", the company said, with some understatement. That includes every like, message, event response, and any other mundane action on Facebook that could be used to profile a person.

Facebook has launched a host of new privacy features to help its users delete their personal data or monitor how it is collected.

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The notice, issued on March 23, stated that there was a need for further information about the data breach from Facebook.

In a Twitter post announcing the decision to step away from Facebook, Chief Creative Officer Cooper Hefner also described the world's largest social-media platform as "sexually repressive".

The settings menu has been redesigned to make information easier to find and accessible from one place. The app required users to connect their Facebook account in order to take the test. Two-factor authentication preferences, activity logs, what ads you are shown, and sharing settings can be found in this new menu. The data firm, which has ties to President TrumpDonald John TrumpCigna says it has reduced customers use of opioids by 25 percent Greens launch campaign to get Pruitt fired White House: "Maximum pressure" campaign on North Korea is working MORE's 2016 campaign, has said it did nothing improper.

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Facebook needs to have more control over third-party apps that request information from it, says the head of Internet New Zealand. Few days ago, Zuckerberg admitted mistake on the part of his company for failing to save the data of its users across the globe.

Facebook is making its privacy settings easier to find