A social network isn’t just a tool to send a message to your friends, it’s also a place to gather data about them.
It’s a place you can share information about your online activity, share links to relevant content, and even track your movements to build a profile of your target.
That data can be used to build relationships with your social network’s community members.
And Facebook’s data-sharing policy is quite strict.
A site must only share users’ data with third-party service providers and their affiliates, like advertisers.
That means Facebook must keep a record of all the links it makes to your profile and the information it shares with them.
If a third-parties’ data collection happens outside of Facebook’s Terms of Service, Facebook’s terms of service prohibit sharing or sharing of your personal data without the consent of Facebook.
That includes the company’s own products, like its News Feed and Messenger app.
In short, Facebook wants to keep the information you share private.
And that’s a big problem for users, since privacy isn’t a requirement for most social networks.
“We think the most important thing is that you have a very safe experience with your data, and that you don’t have any information that could be used for spamming or malicious activity,” Mark Zuckerberg told Polygon.
“The more people know that Facebook is committed to protecting their privacy, the more likely they are to do it.”
For the most part, Facebook says it has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to sharing user data with other third parties.
But it does allow a few exceptions, like in situations where the data would be helpful for an advertiser.
If that happens, Facebook also lets you opt out of sharing your information with third parties if you don