Meta Injecting Code Into Websites Visited By Its Users To Track Them, Research Says
NOTE: This article has nothing to do with genealogy. If you are looking for genealogy-related information, I suggest you skip this article. However, if you use Meta.com (previously known as Facebook.com), you might want to know the company is tracking you (which shouldn’t surprise anyone as the company has been tracking its users for years) and your data is secretly being used for nefarious purposes. I suggest that all Meta.com (previously known as Facebook.com) users should be aware of the true purpose of the company:
According to an article in the news9live.com web site, Meta is injecting code into external sites visited via Facebook and Instagram. Meta is able to track every single interaction with external websites, including inputs like passwords and addresses, to every single tap.
Invasion of user privacy isn’t a new charge for Meta or its products like Facebook and Instagram. An ex-Google engineer has now made damning accusation about the company’s practices via a new research. Privacy researcher Felix Krause claims that Meta is stalking users by rewriting scripts of websites visited by users, via its apps or platforms. Krause, who developed a tool acquired by Google, claims that this activity allows the company to track a user, once they click a link on any of its platform. This allegedly lets the company track every single interaction with external websites, including inputs like passwords and addresses, to every single tap.
You can read the full report at: https://bit.ly/3BXMZAz.