Facebook unveils ‘clear history’ control this year

Facebook will introduce privacy control called “clear history” tool, new control, which will let users erase ‘what you’ve clicked on’ and ‘website you’ve visited’.

Facebook unveils ‘clear history’ control this year

The new control ‘clear history’ which will ultimately affect the company’s ability to target advertisements, Chief Financial Officer David Wehner disclosed.

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Facebook announced plans for a privacy control ‘history’ product last year, but technical challenges have delayed its implementation but now in 2019 this tool start functioning that secure many of its user privacy.

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The Clear History is directly tied to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. “Once we roll out this update, you will be able to see information about the apps and websites you’ve interacted with, and you’ll be able to clear this information from your account. You’ll even be able to turn off having this information stored with your account.”

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Keeping in line, Facebook has announced this new control directed at both everyday users and developers meant to prevent third parties from gleaning an abundance of personal data from unknowing users.

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