27 Апреля, 2018
Those within the ages of 13 to 15 still using the app will need to get a parent of guardian of age to sign off on information sharing on the service.
Facebook users in the United States are scheduled in coming weeks to see a series of new consent screens explaining how the company collects and uses personal data and asking permission for these uses.
GDPR aims to give people more control over how companies use their information and the right to have their data erased. It also gives the right to delete such data, if necessary.
The company says it plans to keep the over-13 age restriction in the rest of the world.Читайте также: Investigators visit alleged chemical attack site in Syria
At the moment, Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and Musical.ly are sticking with their minimum age limit of 13. It's unclear how Facebook plans to do this seeing as it claims that user messages are encrypted, there's not really any other information they could glean to make ads more appropriate for users.
There's much more to be learned about how personal information on Facebook was mined and later purchased and used by a consultant who also did work for Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.
If they don't do this, they won't see a fully personalized version of the site.
There are also rules created to protect children from having their data collected. "Most importantly, you should have meaningful control over both". It's not clear how - or, indeed, if - WhatsApp will verify, or attempt to verify, that this is correct.
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