Facebook is a global juggernaut, and with good reason.

It’s a global platform that has amassed an unprecedented amount of information and data on every single person on the planet, and it has become an incredibly powerful tool for social media advertisers to target.

But its also become a source of scrutiny for privacy advocates and for some of the most popular celebrities on the web.

In a world of ubiquitous mobile devices and ubiquitous social media, social media has come to dominate our lives.

We’re now all connected to each other in ways that were never possible before.

And we’re all constantly bombarded with information, including data, that could be used to target us, even if we’re not aware of it.

While this data is collected in various ways, it is collected through social media.

The social networks and apps that connect us to each another, including Facebook and Twitter, allow advertisers to use our information to target ads based on information from those apps.

And since advertisers have access to a huge trove of data on their users, they can use this data to target advertisements to the users of their apps.

Facebook, which owns the largest user base in the world, is by far the most widely used social media platform.

As of February, Facebook had more than 35 billion users worldwide, and as of June this year, it had more users in the U.S. than Twitter.

The data that Facebook collects on its users is huge.

According to Facebook, the company collects about 3 billion unique unique identifiers for every Facebook user, and these identifiers are used to identify users, such as name, email address, phone number, location, and more.

But it also collects other information that includes what kinds of things Facebook users do online, the sites they visit, and the websites they subscribe to.

In other words, Facebook has a very large database of information about the social media habits of millions of users.

But Facebook’s collection of this data isn’t limited to users.

Its also collected information about users who do not use Facebook.

According the company, this includes the websites that users visit, which means that advertisers can use information collected by these websites to target Facebook ads to these users.

In the past year, Facebook announced that it would start collecting the location data of its users in order to target targeted ads to the people who were visiting the targeted websites.

Facebook has since expanded its use of this location data to include other kinds of data, such Facebook friends, and even email addresses and other data.

These two features are called Geo-Location Services (GLS), and Facebook has been able to use this location information to track users who were using its services and to target them to ads.

But in an effort to fight privacy concerns, Facebook added a new feature to its data collection that lets it collect the geo-location data of users who are not using its products.

Facebook users will now see this data in their account settings.

For many users, this is a welcome addition to Facebook’s data collection program, and they’re happy to see that Facebook has finally started to start doing more to help them understand how their data is being used.

In its Privacy Statement, Facebook acknowledges that it is collecting this data and says that it will make sure that this data will not be shared with third parties or used to send targeted advertisements.

However, it also says that the data will be deleted when users close their Facebook accounts or when the user no longer has access to the data.

For the time being, Facebook’s privacy statement says that data is deleted when the account is closed or when users no longer have access.

This statement does not provide any information about how long this process takes or how it will be handled in the future.

But if you want to know more about how Facebook collects and uses this data, you can read the company’s Privacy Statement and FAQ here.

The new Geo- Location Services feature was first announced in late June.

Facebook was working with Google to develop this new feature, and Google also helped Facebook develop its Geo- location services for mobile users.

According a Facebook spokesperson, the feature is expected to be released this fall.

The company has also been working with the US National Security Agency (NSA) to develop new features for the social network, and one of the new features that was recently announced is the ability for Facebook to collect location information for its users across the US.

While it’s not clear how many of the billions of Facebook users are using this feature, the new Geo Location Services could potentially allow Facebook to target advertisers to its users based on geo-located data from the social networks.

For example, Facebook could use geo-specific ads from the U-Verse website, or Facebook could track a user’s geo-tagged activity, such that Facebook ads targeted to this user would appear on the Uverse website.

In addition to targeting advertisers, Facebook also uses geo-tracking to