Facebook is collecting and using highly sensitive and personal data about women for advertising purposes, according to three different organizations’ research.
According to research by The Mark and The Center for Investigative Reporting of the US-based Royle, Facebook uses a tool to learn about abortion methods and treatments for women. In addition to performing searches, it gathers important data.
According to the report, Facebook is also using ‘Metapixel’ to collect information on women who are pregnant or who are not pregnant but want children.
The report didn’t use the word “women,” but it did say that Facebook had been collecting data from people looking for information on abortion and complications associated with abortion or non-abortion.
According to the report, Facebook collects such people’s data through the ‘Metapixel’ tool and distributes it to companies, particularly clinics that provide abortion and other pregnancy-related services.
According to the report, the clinics to which Facebook is providing data are not registered with the health department and are instead run by conservative organizations opposed to abortion.
The report does not say which countries Facebook is collecting data in, but it does say that investigations have only been conducted in the United States so far.
In a statement released Friday, investigators denied the allegations, saying, “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once.”
According to the report, Facebook’s ‘Metapixel’ tool or feature gives businesses and organizations access to such features and data, allowing them to see who has used their services. Searched or viewed.
According to the report, Facebook searches the Facebook page of Facebook In-Clinics for people looking for pregnancy complications, which is illegally run under the auspices of conservative organizations to discourage abortion. Are
According to the report, Facebook later gives clinic management access to the data so that the administrators can see who has visited their page and what assistance they require.
According to the report, after providing clinics with people’s search histories and other information, Facebook sends targeted advertisements for the same clinics to people who are looking for ways to get to the clinics.