With this Meta has made it clear that they are not collecting, using, or sharing your data in new ways based on the new update and they also talk about how they don’t sell their user’s information. The company has put emphasis on how this new update simplifies a lot of intimidating terms and gives more transparent explanations of various data practices.
Meta also stated that they will be updating their terms of service for Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger ‘to better explain what is expected from them.’ The company says “These expectations include the rights and obligations described in our Community Standards, for example, when we may disable or terminate accounts that violate our Terms or Community Standards or others’ intellectual property rights or other laws.”
Meta has updated its privacy controls for Facebook as well where they have introduced new audience controls enabling users to share their posts with the right kind of community. With ADs too, Meta has made it possible for you to have a single control for both Ad Topics and Interest Categories that can be accessed on Facebook and Instagram, covering a more wide range of ad topics.