By Joe McNamee

If you use Facebook, you may have noticed that they have unilaterally changed the rules again about how they use your data.

According to The Independent, the new change allows Facebook

to gather data from activity across the internet, as well as the normal data it gathers on information you and your friends have added to the site. It also allows the site to pass on that information with its other branches, including Instagram.

Facebook suggests one way of stopping them from stalking you. However, it isn’t the only way:

How to stop FB tracking?

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