Facebook announced that it will remove "sensitive" ad categories in January.
Facebook announced today that it will not allow advertisers to use specific targeting options related to "sensitive" features. Use such as race, religion, sexual orientation, health reasons. And about political beliefs in today's announcement, the owner of Meta Facebook said: p>
As of January 19, 2022, detailed target choices related to topics that individuals may find sensitive, such as choices for causes, organizations, or public figures related to health, race, ethnicity, political affiliation, religion, or associated individuals. Shall we delete it? Examples of sexual orientation include: health causes (eg, “lung cancer awareness,” “World Diabetes Day,” “chemotherapy”) sexual orientation (eg, “gay marriage” and “gay culture”) religious practices and groups ( For example, “Catholic” church and “Jewish holiday”) political beliefs, social issues, causes, organizations, and numbers
Facebook addresses civil rights experts’ concerns
Detailed targeting on Facebook allows advertisers to purchase ads that target a limited number From the public. This is also known as “microtargeting.” Facebook said it decided to make the changes “to take into account feedback from civil rights experts, policy makers, and other stakeholders on the importance of preventing advertisers from misusing the targeting options we provide.”
According to Axios, all new apps will be "blocked" on the Meta, including Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and Facebook Audience Network." Advertising
Facebook says it's giving users more “Today, people can see less advertising about politics, parenting, alcohol, and pets,” the blog post read. “Early next year, we will give people control over more types of ad content, including That's gambling and weight loss.” Helps users “discover.” Small business products and services that might otherwise not be marketable on TV or other media “helps” nonprofits, social causes, and organizations find and take advantage of people who are likely to be supported. . "/P >
Facebook Privacy Controversies
Separately, Facebook announced last week that a face-recognition system used to automatically tag people in photos and remove facial recognition patterns will silence more than a billion people. , but the commitment will not extend the lack of Using Facebook's facial recognition to other identification products, and according to Recode, "Meta is exploring ways to integrate biometrics into the business." Privacy. All of this made a transparency plan for the Metavers, as they showed in relation to Facebook that they could be behind the wall. They hide, make unnecessary mistakes all the time, doing things they'd rather make a profit on. "Our safety," Hagen said. p>
Facebook bans racial targeting based on race, sexual orientation, and politics
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