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The tech company most likely to morph into Big Brother has confirmed that, yep, it tracks users’ mouse movements on the screen in an effort to collect more data about that user, reports India Today . Facebook made the admission in a 225-page document in which it answered questions asked of it by the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary. The company says it tracks mouse movements to help its algorithms distinguish between humans and bots–but also to determine if the browser window that has Facebook loaded is in the foreground or background of a user’s screen. And it doesn’t end there. Facebook also admitted to other device metrics it records about users, India Today reports:. The social n... Vollständiger Text

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