Facebook users will be able to see when and by whom their contact information was uploaded, and whether it has been shared with other brands and partners. Previously, Facebook only showed you which brand is using your contact information for targeting.
Already from February 28, by clicking on the Facebook button “Why do I see this?” in the menu you can see when your contact information was uploaded, which brand it belonged to, and when the access was shared between partners. People will better understand how advertisers use their personal information.
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The system will also help Facebook find agencies that constantly upload contact information and receive it illegally.
Such a move could help the social network regain user confidence, which has been slightly eroded over the past year due to constant information leak scandals.
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