“They’ll also see a summary of what’s different. These updates go into effect on July 26, and people don’t need to act on this notification by this date to continue using our products.”
Based on this policy update, Meta is not collecting, using, or sharing the user data in new ways and it still does not sell user’s information, it added.
Meta is also updating “Terms of Service” to better explain what is expected from the company and from those who use its platforms. These expectations include the rights and obligations described in its Community Standards, for example, when the company may disable or terminate accounts, and additional details about what happens when content is deleted.
It has also included more details about the types of third parties with whom it shares and receives information, and an explanation of how and why people’s information is shared between its products, among other changes.
Further, the company is rolling out a new Privacy Setting that will make it easier for the users to manage who sees their posts on Facebook by default. This new setting will ensure that the users are sharing with the right people in their community.