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Easy access no more? App developers moving away from Facebook login citing privacy concerns

Easy access no more? App developers moving away from Facebook login citing privacy concerns
Easy access no more? App developers moving away from Facebook login citing privacy concerns
Currently, only 35% of our users use Facebook logins. We didn’t decide this. The users did,” Snehil Khanor, cofounder of dating app TrulyMadly told.

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Third party applications have been reducing their dependence on Facebook over the past 9-12 months citing user privacy concerns and data breach issues, and encouraging their users to log in through mobile numbers and emails, they said.

New Delhi | Mumbai: Third party applications that allow users to log in through Facebook accounts are yet to get clarity on how the social media firm’s new terms of service will affect them, but people close to these companies said they have been pursuing other options.Third party applications have been reducing their dependence on Facebook over the past 9-12 months citing user privacy concerns and data breach issues, and encouraging their users
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