Meta is introducing a new Sequestration Center, where people can learn about the company’s approach towards security across its services and apps.
Sequestration Center gives information on five main motifs Security, Participating, Collection, Use, and Advertisements, according to the sanctioned advertisement. Presently, Sequestration Center is only available to elect druggies in the US on the desktop interpretation of Facebook.
The five motifs each come with their own corresponding educational companion and controls. Security teaches you about your Facebook account’s security and how to set up two-factor authentication. Participating answers to questions regarding who sees your posts and how to manage them.
The collection goes through the types of data Meta collects and how you can view that information with the Access Your Information tool. In the same tone, Use explains how/ why Meta uses that data and the controls you can use to manage it. Eventually, Advertisements show the data used to determine the announcements you see on Facebook.
Meta stated that it plans on rolling out the Sequestration Center to further apps in the coming months to serve as the central mecca for security and sequestration control.
The company also plans to add further modules and controls to Sequestration Center but didn’t detail when they will be available or what the number is.
In recent months, Meta has extended its sequestration and security measures for its druggies. In November 2021, the company removed its facial recognition software program after times of counterreaction, and in December 2021, Meta blazoned it was taking legal action against phishing schemes.