There’s been a lot of rumors circulating about what’s going on with Facebook’s privacy issues.
We understand some of you are concerned about how DirectMail2.0’s product will be affected by this matter.
Based on trusted sources of information and what the “breach” is, what we do via Facebook does not fall under this situation.
The situation is mainly focused on the apps and games that people have that use Facebook to login. Once the user logs in from Facebook the data is transferred to that app allowing access to people’s personal information.
Here’s a detailed article on the matter: http://money.cnn.com/2018/03/19/technology/facebook-data-scandal-explainer/index.html?iid=EL
What we do is completely different and outside of the scope of this conflict.
Facebook does not release any personal user data to us nor do we release any data to our Partners or our Partner’s clients.
Our process and Facebook’s process with Social Media Follow-Up and SocialMatch falls within the guidelines of Facebook’s data security protection as the controller of this data. If you have any additional questions or concerns, we’ll be more than happy to help you.
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