Ads and content that appear on your Facebook feed are no coincidence.
One Interruption moved to Twitter, where they discovered that the platform was following their interactions outside of the app, many of whom logged out a few users from their accounts, “Non-Facebook Activity”Feature.
According to Facebook, this feature tracks “the information businesses and organizations share with us about your interactions with them, such as visiting their apps or websites”.
This information is used by Facebook to introduce its users to new products and services and to display relevant advertisements in order to create a more personalized experience.
Users have seen this feature track their usage across multiple apps and websites. banking.
Sister station of KPRC 2 KSAT It presented a breakdown on how to exit the Facebook feature.
From your phone, go to the “Settings and Privacy” section. Next, select “Settings”.
From there, scroll down until you see “Your Facebook Information” and select the “Non-Facebook Activity” option.
If you want to turn off the setting, tap “More Options” and “Manage Future Event”. Next, you will be prompted to select “Manage Future Event” again, and from there, tap the switch next to “Future Non-Facebook Event”. Then you are ready!
If you want to clear previously stored history, return to the “Non-Facebook Activity” screen and select “Clear History”.
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