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As part of our phased approach, people in the rest of the world will be asked to make their choices on a slightly later schedule, and we’ll present the information in the ways that make the most sense for other regions.
Introducing Better Tools to Access, Delete and Download Information The new Settings and Privacy Shortcuts features we announced last month were built with GDPR in mind, and people will start seeing them this week.
The 'informed' part means that websites need to tell people what cookies they use, and what their purpose is.
Later this year we’ll introduce a new global online resource center specifically for teens, and more education about their most common privacy questions.
Under GDPR, people between the ages of 13 and 15 in some EU countries need permission from a parent or guardian to allow some features on Facebook — seeing ads based on data from partners and including religious and political views or “interested in” on your profile.
Beyond today’s announcements, we’ll keep improving. We’re committed to making sure people understand how we use their information and how they can control it.
Our recently-expanded tools for accessing your information will allow people to see their data, delete it, and easily download and export it.