Facebook explains privacy concerns ahead of iOS 13

Earlier in the year when Apple announced the release of iOS13, many privacy advocates pointed out that the new Apple mobile OS will introduce several changes to location data for third-party apps, such as Facebook. Fb's options, says Fb in a blogpost, work higher once they can "use exact location even once you're not utilizing the app to guarantee that alerts and instruments are correct and personalized for you".

Along with this, Apple will even demonstrate the map of where the user's place has been monitored. Imagine receiving these notifications from all the app that wants to access your location.

The newest version of Android, called Android 10, gives people more visibility into and control over when apps can access their device's precise location while the new version of iOS, called iOS 13, will send people reminders about which apps can access their precise location information when they're not using an app and how many times each app has accessed it. IPhone users can opt to share their place always, just when the program is now in use or not. According to Facebook, its own app will fall into that category.

It's thought that Facebook made the announcement way ahead of the release of iOS 13 to avoid the backlash that it expects to get from users, specifically since it's a well-known fact how the Facebook app has been using location data heavily for some time. Meaning for those who're already utilizing Facebook's background location setting, this replaces might trigger just a few cases where the Android and Facebook location settings shall be out of sync.

However, the company started its blog with a clear statement that location-tracking in Facebook is important: "Facebook is better with location", the company's engineering director of the Facebook Location Platform Paul McDonald wrote. "We'll continue to make it easier for you to control how and when you share your location", mentioned McDonald. It helps improve ads and keep you and the Facebook community safe.

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