21 abr. 2018

Facebook new updates - Face recognition

Hello, 

Today I received this short message that took me several minutes of my life... and if you are reading this, also of your life to let FB to check. I copied below in order that you can read easily, and for me it is interesting the tag me everywhere option, called FACE RECOGNITION, that will allow FB to know a bit more about me, not only my liked pictures... the pictures where I have a twin brother or sister.

Maybe it can help you to find your family but it is not my case.

I do not know if Instagram pictures and WhatsApp shared content will be with a tag with my ID on it.
So I preferred to decline this option.


Let me know what you think about all new regulations that you must accept in order to continue using FB were the product of data mining is your profile.




Some important updates and settings to review
Personal data laws are changing in the European Union, and we want to make it easy for you to view some of your data settings.
Please take a few minutes to review these updates and make choices about some specific data settings.
Here's what we'll have you review:
How we use the specially protected personal data you choose to add on your profile
How we use personal data from partners to show you relevant ads
An option to turn on face recognition
Our updated Terms, Data Policy and Cookies Policy
If you add specially protected data to your profile, we'll use it to personalize content
Because you chose to add your religious views, political views or whether you're interested in men or women to your Facebook profile, we want to make sure you know it's data that's specially protected under EU law. If you decide to keep it on your profile, we'll share it with the people you choose and use this data to personalize features and products. Select Accept and Continue to confirm that we can use this data in these ways if you share it, or Manage Data Settings to delete or make choices about this data.
What's collected
EU law sets special rules and protections around the processing of "Special Categories of Personal Data," which includes your religious views, political views or whether you're interested in men or women. We allow you to add this information on your profile so the people you want can see it. We receive, process and store this information when you choose to add it.
How we use it
We'll only use this data with your permission. We'll make it visible on your profile to the people you want and use it to personalize features and products.
Let us know if you accept that we use data with special protections that you added to your profile in these ways, or manage your data settings to delete or review and make choices about how we use this data.
Data With Special Protections
Before you manage your data settings, these examples can help you decide what choice to make.
If you add your religious views to your profile, we will make it visible to those you choose on your profile and may also suggest related Facebook groups for you to join based on your faith, for example.
If you decide not to add your religious views, we won't use that information to suggest groups, or other features or products.
Manage specially protected data in your Facebook profile
You have control over whether we have this data. Review the profile information you've added and remove anything you don't want to continue to share or have us use.
Review the following profile information:
Interested in
Women
Religious views
You haven't added this info.
Political views
You haven't added this info.
You can always go to your profile to edit this information later.
Thanks for taking the time to review your choices for this data.
If you don't have this data on your profile, you may still see ads and other content that seems like it relates to it. This is because of other actions you've taken that show you're interested in those topics.
You can always go to Ads Preferences in Settings to see and control how we use information about you on and off Facebook to decide which ads to show you.
If you're done making changes, please confirm that you accept that Facebook stores and uses data with special protections in these ways if you add it to your profile
We show you better ads by using data from advertisers, app developers and publishers
We care about protecting your privacy. We don't sell your data, and we've designed our ad system so we can show you relevant and useful ads without telling advertisers who you are. To show you better ads, we use data that advertisers, app developers and publishers provide us about your activity off Facebook Company Products. This data includes your use of partners' websites and apps and certain offline interactions with them, like purchases. You control whether we use this data to show you ads. To confirm we can use this data to decide which ads to show you, select Accept and Continue. If you don't want us to use this data to decide which ads to show you, select Manage Data Setting.
What's collected
We receive data from advertisers, app developers and publishers about you and your interactions with them off Facebook Company Products.
Here are some examples of data that partners may share with us:
  • Your activities on websites and apps that use Facebook Business Tools, such as our pixel or our Like button, including when you buy something online or download an app
  • Your offline interactions with partners, like buying a helmet at a cycling shop
How we use it
This data helps us decide which ads to show you across Facebook Company Products, like Facebook and Instagram, as well as on the websites, apps and devices that use our advertising services. For example, if we learn that you recently purchased a lamp, we may show you ads for items like rugs or pillows.
Advertisers come to Facebook to reach groups of people with certain attributes, for example, women aged 18-34 who are interested in gaming. We can help advertisers do that without us telling them who you are.
Let us know if you accept that we use data from advertisers, app developers and publishers based on your online and offline activity, to decide which ads to show you across Facebook Company Products, including Facebook and Instagram, as well as on websites, apps and devices that use our advertising services.
If you don't want us to use data from partners to decide which ads to show you, you can manage your data setting on Facebook. Keep in mind we'll still use data from partners to provide, personalize and improve our products, to promote safety, security and integrity, and to provide measurement, analytics and other business services, as described in our Data Policy.

Ads Based on Data From Partners
Before you manage your data setting, these examples can help you decide what choice to make.
When we use data from advertisers, app developers and publishers to decide which ads to show you, you may see ads for hotel deals if you visit travel websites. Or if a business lets us know you bought running shoes, you may see ads for other sports apparel.
When we don't use this type of data, you'll see the same number of ads, but they may not be as relevant.
You control whether we use data from partners to show you ads
Data from advertisers, app developers and publishers about your activity off Facebook Company Products helps us show you relevant and useful ads. It includes your use of partners' websites and apps and certain offline interactions with them, like purchases.
This setting applies to ads we show you across Facebook Company Products, including Facebook and Instagram, as well as on websites, apps and devices that use our advertising services.
Ads based on data from partners:
Your choice has been saved
Thanks for taking time to review this setting for ads based on data from partners. You can view and change your ad preferences any time in your Facebook Settings.
We want to make sure you know we'll also use this data to provide, personalize and improve our products, to promote safety, security and integrity, and to provide measurement, analytics and other business services, as described in our Data Policy.
If you're done making changes for now, please confirm that you accept that we use data from partners to decide which ads to show you.
Turn on face recognition if you want us to use this technology
If you turn this setting on, we'll use face recognition technology to understand when you might appear in photos, videos and the camera to do things like help protect you from strangers using your photo, find and show you photos you're in but haven't been tagged, tell people with visual impairments who's in a photo or video, and suggest people you may want to tag. Select Accept and Continue to turn on face recognition or Manage Data Setting to keep it turned off.
What's collected
Face recognition is a technology that analyzes the photos and videos you're in to calculate a unique number ("template") for how you appear in images. When your face recognition setting is on, we collect and process this template and compare it with analyses of other photos and videos to recognize when you may be in those photos or videos.
How we use it
We process this data in order to do the following:
  • Help protect you from strangers using your photo to impersonate you, and other ways that help us protect our users, our platform and the public from harm or abuse
  • Find and show you photos you're in but haven't been tagged in
  • Suggest people you may want to tag
  • Improve and develop our services for you and others, like telling people with visual impairments who's in a photo or video
  • Show personalized content to you and others, like suggesting camera filters that you or your friends might also enjoy
Your face recognition setting is currently turned off. Select Accept and Continue if you accept Facebook using your face recognition data and want to turn it on or Manage Data Setting to keep it turned off.
Face Recognition
Before you manage your data setting, these examples can help you decide what choice to make.
Face recognition technology allows us to help protect you from a stranger using your photo to impersonate you or tell people with visual impairments who's in a photo or video through a screen reader.
If you keep face recognition turned off, we won't be able to use this technology if a stranger uses your photo to impersonate you. If someone uses a screen reader, they won't be told when you're in a photo unless you're tagged.

Manage your setting for face recognition
To recognize whether you're in a photo or video our system compares it with your profile picture, and photos and videos that you're tagged in. This lets us know when you're in other photos and videos so we can create better experiences.

Your choice has been saved
Thanks for taking the time to review this setting. We won't use face recognition technology to recognize you in photos and videos
Please accept our updated Terms to continue using Facebook
We've updated our Terms to better explain our service and what we ask of everyone using Facebook.

We've made it easier for you to control your data, privacy and security settings in one place, which you can do any time in Settings. We've also updated our Data Policy and Cookies Policyto reflect the new features we've been working on, and to explain more about how we create a personalized experience for you. Updates include:

  • new features such as Marketplace, camera effects and accessibility tools
  • more detail about how our systems process things you share, such as text, photos and videos
  • how we share information, systems and technology across the Facebook Company Products, including WhatsApp, Instagram and Oculus
  • adding Instagram, a service provided by Facebook Ireland, to the Data Policy

To continue using Facebook, you need to agree to our updated Terms.
If you don't agree, you can't continue to use Facebook. You can delete your account, and we'll give you the option to download a copy of your information first.
If you want to download a copy of your information, here's what to do:
  • Click on Create File to get started
  • The file may take several hours to prepare, but you can leave the screen while it's happening
  • We'll send you an email when your file is ready to download
  • To make sure you can download your file, please wait to delete your account until you've received an email letting you know it's ready.

mportant information about deleting your account:
  • We delay deletion a few days after it's requested. A deletion request is canceled if you log back into your Facebook account during this time.
  • You can't regain access to your account once it's deleted.
  • It may take up to 90 days to delete all of the things you've posted, like your photos, status updates or other data stored in backup systems. Your info isn't accessible to others using Facebook during this time.
  • Some things you do on Facebook aren't stored in your account. For example, a friend may have messages from you after deletion. That information remains after you delete your account.
Thanks for reviewing this information. You can visit Settings anytime to see the choices you made and manage your data settings. 

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