Facebookhas launched a new login tool that sends users notifications when it detects thathave registered with your social network account in an application developed by third parties, to limit your access to data.
The new function, known as'Registration Notifications'(' Login notifications', in English), aims to "remind users that they have complete control over the information they sharewith third-party applications, "Facebook explained in its developer blog.
Facebook thus provides a guide for users to modifyyour privacy settings, sending notifications through your application and the email associated with the account.
The company has explained that these notices are sent to users who have registered in a third-party application providing access to account information, either the first time or each time the external application requests access.
Notifications sent by Facebookreport the time, the external application and the data you have requestedand include a link that allows users to edit their settings to limit third-party access permissions.
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