Facebook is proposing updates to its data policy that are intended to make it easier for you to understand how your data is used for advertising purposes, CNET reports.
The site is also trying to improve its "tag suggest" feature, which uses facial recognition technology to speed up the ability to tag friends.
The company on Thursday added language to its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities that says it will now add your profile photo to its facial recognition database to automatically suggest to your friends that they tag you in posts, NBC News reports.
If you are uncomfortable with the facial recognition feature, you can still opt out. These changes have not been made, but Facebook posted the policies here: http://on.fb.me/17sf3oo
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