The tag was absent from Apple’s Facebook page until Thursday morning, and the absence of the mark made Apple’s maker of any custom page created by a user in seconds.
He says the new updates allow or disallow users the right to track them for advertising purposes, and that Facebook is one of the apps that tracks users, and that it is important to link them with smaller companies that provide services that meet their needs.
By conducting surveillance, it helps small companies all over the world, indicating that their number is over 10 million, Facebook said.
Apple CEO Tim Cook responded to the reports in practice, saying that Apple believes that users have the right to choose the data they collect about themselves and how to use it.
Cook wrote this in a tweet on Twitter, which also included a picture showing him requesting user data from Facebook, which probably angered Facebook.
If Apple goes ahead with this option, it will be disastrous for Facebook’s revenue, depending on the ads.