Social Media giant Facebook wants its user to check their privacy settings. The popular public platform is planning to reach its 2 billion users in this regard. As per reports, Facebook would ask almost 2 billion people to review their privacy settings over the “next few weeks.
The move from Facebook aims to help its users control their data. That is the users shall determine who can see their data and must secure their account. The company wants to offer users greater control over their data on the platform.
Facebook’s Off-Facebook Activity tool is another important element of this process. The tool shows users a summary of data from third-party sites (used to show you targeted ads) and the option to scrub that data.
Facebook who has been under the hammer for privacy threat of its users is looking for an image brushup. The Cambridge Analytica case was a big blow to the company’s credibility in terms of safeguarding users’ data.
Inputs from Engadget