If you saw a message in your News Feed asking if you’d like Facebook to be able to recognize you in newly uploaded photos or videos, you have been opted in without realizing it. Here’s how Facebook uses your facial data to enhance its features, how to turn this face recognition system off and which features will stop working as a result.
Facebook has redesigned its entire settings menu on mobile devices from top to bottom to make things easier to find, unveiled a new Access Your Information section and introduced new features for its tool for downloading an archive of your entire account.
Steve Jobs tried to warn Mark Zuckerberg about privacy in 2010. This video clip of Steve at the D8 conference from June 2010 articulates what online privacy meant to Apple back then. Fast-forward eight years and nothing has fundamentally changed in the way Tim Cook & Co. approach accessing user data and protecting their privacy.
Infinite Stories is an app for photography fans, influencers and marketers looking to boost their storytelling by posting engaging Stories to Instagram and Facebook that are longer than 15 seconds and incorporate transitions, music, animated labels and other effects.
The Onavo VPN has shown up in Facebook’s mobile app before in 2016 in the United Kingdom. The company has confirmed that this optional feature is now available to iPhone and iPad users in the United States as well. You should think twice before using Facebook’s VPN for obvious reasons.