Facebook Rolls Out Anonymous Login, Ensures Better User Privacy
The Anonymous Login feature has finally been introduced by Facebook, ensuring better privacy to users accessing third-party applications using their accounts.
The feature was announced way back on April 2014, and now, it has been rolled out. Users can now choose the information they would like to share with third party apps and keep other information completely private. They can even opt for logging into applications without sharing personal information, which is surely a step forward to ensure better security.
The highly populated social networking platform contains numerous personal and private information from users, from their contact details to locations, pictures, videos and many more.
Lately, the social media giant has received a deluge of complaints regarding privacy issues, and many users expressed their concern about the safety of information shared on the site.
The latest Facebook Anonymous Login feature seems to have addressed privacy concerns of users effectively by empowering them to choose what they want to share with third party apps. There are users who actually want to try out a new application but do not want to share information; this new feature directly addresses that concern.
Users can even opt for anonymous logins and provide information afterwards if they feel like doing so.
These changes will make Facebook more secured and ensure that personal details of users are not exposed to third parties in the run to gain more ad revenues.