Apple shows no signs of backing down. Bloomberg reported in November that it had sent a letter to human rights and privacy organizations in response to initial criticism from Facebook, criticizing the social network’s practices. Facebook executives have made it clear that their intention is to collect as much data as possible on proprietary and third-party products to develop and monetize detailed profiles of their users, and this disregard for user privacy continues to grow. expand to include more of their products, ”he reportedly wrote. He also defended the policy change in a new statement sent to MacRumors in response to the first ad posted by Facebook:
“We think it’s just about standing up for our users. Users should know when their data is being collected and shared on other apps and websites – and they should be given the choice of whether or not to allow it. The transparency of app tracking in iOS 14 doesn’t require Facebook to change its approach to tracking users and creating targeted ads, they just need to give users the choice.
You can read the new full page Facebook ad below: