Instead of just selling ads on Facebook, or on Facebook platforms (like Whats App and Instagram), Facebook is now selling ads everywhere, to everyone, whether or not you have a Facebook account.If you do have a Facebook account, though — like 1.6 billion other humans do — Facebook will also use your Facebook data to sell those ads.
So here’s a step-by-step guide to doing that: Step 1: Click the little lock in the top-right corner of your screen, and select “See More Settings” That’s for web Facebook.
If you’re on the Android app, go to the three-bar “hamburger” menu icon on the right and then scroll all the way down until you see “Account Settings” near the bottom.
I have not been able to see any updates or activity on my news feed for over 4 hours.
Every 30 - 50 mins, I get 1 update, and that's it.
You've already submitted a recent status report for this service.
(Only one report per day for each service is allowed.) It's not necessary to file a report when a service is back up. For example, even though people are less likely to interact with articles about a serious current event or sad news from a friend, that isn’t necessarily an indication that Facebook users don’t want it in their News Feed.Not everything is likeable, or couth to comment on.Here’s where the privacy settings come in: Facebook has long had opt-outs for collecting and using your behavioral data in advertising to you.But they added or re-worded one when they broadened their advertising business this week, and every member of Facebook is set to participate in this new one unless you specifically go and opt out.Presumably, that is why my Facebook News Feed is now exclusively kitten videos and Tech Crunch news.