Facebook Privacy Policy – Easier to Read!!

Have you checked the new Facebook Privacy policy? If not, then just do it right away!! This is because Facebook has lately revamped its privacy policy which is not legally but literal. You will come to notice that the legal jargons have been simply modified to plain English which has now become easier and convenient for its billion users all around the world. The headings have even become simpler such as ‘How Advertising Works’ and ‘How we Share your Information’. Facebook is basically giving its users with a better and convenient understanding of its privacy and legal policies.facebook privacy policy

If you have gone through the earlier Facebook privacy document, it was longer than the United States constitution and that is also without amendments!! Fortunately, all these guidelines have become more understandable and clear to an average user now. The do up seems to have come across for all such users and competitors who are digging at the loopholes with the policies. With the revamp, Facebook is intending its users to undue criticism along with keeping them well informed.

People normally wonder about what Facebook does with the User info and it is sells it to the advertisers? After receiving complaints from users and being under scrutiny regarding this impenetrability of the prior documents, Facebook accepted the fact stating that it has been agreed that the privacy policies should be and can be more easily understood, and this is something that inspired the team to try out something different. Now, Facebook has a user-friendly legal document and still it is in process and has not yet been adopted officially in the permanent Facebook Handbook.

According to the Wall Street Journal, privacy and product counseller for Facebook Edward Palmieri, decided that the social media networking giant requires having a clean cut and simple privacy policy. The insecurity by users have been acknowledged and further stated that users should believe that we do not sell their information to the advertisers at all.