Meta made the announcement that it would begin asking Facebook Dating users to confirm their age if the platform suspected they are under 18. As per the company, this will ensure that only adults are using the service and will help it stop children from using it. In order to preserve people’s privacy and give them a variety of options to choose from when verifying their age. For that, it is extending its collaboration with the online age-verification firm Yoti.
Director of data governance Erica Finkle explained in a Newsroom post Monday, “We want to make sure people are placed in experiences that are appropriate for their ages, so we use technology to understand where people have misrepresented how old they are. That’s why we’ve invested in age detection technology to find potential discrepancies in the ages people provide us and the age we think they may be based on our technology. If we detect that someone may be under the age of 18 and trying to use Facebook Dating, we will prompt them to verify their age.”
The same two methods in place for Instagram are being used for Facebook Dating.
Various privacy protection groups advocate against using the method that involves uploading someone’s ID to a public server like Facebook. They state that nothing can be too secure online and that the information that Facebook wants to store is far too valuable.
The skepticism is reasonable since Meta already had its share of leaks and breaches such as when an Irish data regulator fined it €265 million over a data breach.
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