Meta has announced an update to its data-sharing practices in an effort to comply with the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA). To comply with the DMA's rules, Meta is introducing a set of allowances concerning how user data is shared across its platforms for users in the EU, EEA, and Switzerland. Users will be given options on how their data is shared across Meta's platforms and services, with notifications informing them of their options rolling out in the coming weeks. In addition, users will also be able to separate their Facebook and Instagram accounts, Messenger and Facebook profiles, and personal Facebook profiles from their use of Facebook Marketplace and Games.
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