Facebook launches Study to make its user data collection transparent

Earlier this year, Facebook was found to be paying users consisting mostly of teenagers $20 per month in exchange for their device data. The data mining activity drew flak, of course, as it reportedly scraped private messages from the devices involved, among other data.Facebook collaborated with app distribution service Applause to carry out what seemed to be a clandestine activity at the time. Today, however, the social networking giant is going public with that same initiative in partnership with Applause. Facebook has announced Study, a new effort meant to study the market by collecting user data for a fee in order to improve its products and services.Study from Facebook is a market research app available to download from the Google Play Store. Participants ...Read more

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