Updated May 25, 2018 05:00:17 Facebook has updated its privacy policies and terms of service with a link to its privacy portal, which it now appears has been removed from Google.
The change is the latest step in a string of changes made by Facebook that have made it the most visible platform in the US to track users’ activities.
In May, Facebook started collecting user information from users on its platform, including when they logged on to its website.
Users can opt out of Facebook’s tracking by notifying the company.
Facebook also launched a new website in June to collect information about users.
The site lets users opt out and opt in to its various tracking programs.
The changes were made in July and have since been removed.
In July, Facebook launched a page to collect user information on its website and to make it easier for users to opt out.
It also updated its terms to include a section that said the company would “help you make informed choices” about what information it collects.
Facebook had not responded to a request for comment on this article by press time.