“While the text looks different in many places, Meta is not collecting, using or sharing your data in new ways based on this policy update and we still do not sell your information. Our goal with this update is to be more clear about our data practices; one way we’ve done this is through additional details and examples throughout. At Meta, we’ve always set out to build personalized experiences that provide value without compromising your privacy. So, it’s on us to have strong protections for the data we use and be transparent about how we use it. That includes communicating more clearly about our data practices and the choices you have,” said Michel Protti, Chief Privacy Officer, Product.
The company is also including more ways to access controls you can use to experience its products in ways that are right for you. You can continue to manage your privacy settings at any time.
In addition, Meta is updating its Terms of Service to better explain what is expected from the company and those who use its platforms.