Now because the same question comes up every time. So this time too Meta clarified it, but they clarified the code they find in their apps. But he also said that for this permission is also sought from the users first. To get any information, first permission is asked from the user. Click data and all other information is collected only after permission is obtained. There can be many reasons behind this, but a big one is that data is the main source of Meta’s business model. That is, the company provides more things to the users on this basis. However, the dispute also pertains to third party websites. Experts say Meta isn’t the only one doing this. Be it Apple or Google everyone is doing this. Everyone has their own browser to access their information.
tech news desk Social media has become a part of life nowadays. Because the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is use Facebook or Instagram on your phone. With the advent of social media, technology is always in the dock. Data leaking from here has become a big problem. Recently a report came out in which it was claimed that apps like Instagram and Facebook are also leaking a lot of personal information of users. An engineer named Felix Krauss recently revealed that Instagram and Facebook have an app browser that monitors everyone’s personal information. Also this information is used later. On August 10, when he disclosed this through one of his posts, a debate started about the in-app browser. Users also sought answers from Instagram and Facebook regarding this.