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I guess Facebook is hoping to ride the anti-Apple push from other companies, and distract from their antitrust issues as well as get people to overlook just how creepy they are about collecting every bit of information about everyone they can. This is so much bull it gets a 💩💩💩💩💩rating. Even if it were to “harm small business”, which I seriously doubt, it is stopping a practice that shouldn’t have been going on. The ad industry will realign at least when it comes to IOS. Facebook keeps being creepy Facebook. They seem to have a total lack of ethics.
Isn’t this very similar to Microsoft not allowing any other browser to be pre installed on windows machine? The old internet explorer antitrust suit. Take your fine Google, then let android handsets come with other search options be installed as the initial default. If what Google says is true, then they shouldn’t have any issue with doing that, and shouldn’t fear losing revenue.
The audacity of them to try to say they are responsible and act like a victim. How about taking your lumps and quit being creepy. Tracking what we are doing across multiple apps without the user specifically clicking “yes, it is ok to track me across applications for advertising purposes”shouldn’t be allowed in the first place. Sneaking this crap in by saying “it improves user experience” is las honest as saying “smoke these cigarettes, it will help us monitor your breathing to improve your meditation”.