Facebook begins blocking apps from accessing user data after 90 days of non-use

FB has rolled out a change that limits apps’ ability to access users’ data. The change comes hours before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before congress where it’s expected he will have to answer questions about how the company handles its users’ personal information, in wake of the  CAS   (Cambridge Analytica Scandal)which saw the personal data of 87 million FB user compromised. Among many other new restriction to its API platform announced last week, Facebook said that it would soon introduce a stricter review process for use of Fb Login for apps, and it would block apps from pulling users’ personal data after three months of non-use.

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