Facebook users will now be able to better control their own data, “said two vice president of the community site who announced a series of actions.
Facebook’s two leaders, Erin Egan’s vice president of data protection, and Ashley Beringer, deputy vice-president vice-president, announced in a blog post that after new announcement by Mark Zuckerberg, “In the coming weeks, we will take further steps to enable people to better control their own data,” the two vice presidents said.
Facebook will change its privacy settings and introduce new menu options. One of the (Privacy Shortcuts) around the world will allow users to review and delete previous shares, while the other helps them download and upload their data and shares to another service provider. “This includes sharing, posting, sending requests to friends, or downloading photos and photos,” the two vice president said.
New measures are expected to make Facebook accounts more secure by switching on a so-called two-factor authentication menu, which can be used to control if aliens want to enter the Facebook account.
Egan and Beringer reported on the feedback from users. In the background, however, analysts say the shadow of a data breach sparked in March. On March 17, a notifier blasted that British-American political analyst Cambridge Analytica had processed about 50 million Facebook profiles and used US and British elections to influence it. In the wake of the scandal, Facebook’s stock market value began to fall, and Mark Zuckerberg, the founding president and CEO, was summoned to the congress for hearing. The UK Parliament would have listened to Zuckerberg, who, however, removed it and merely sent his deputy to London.