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Facebook is paying people to keep track of their phone with a new app called Study.
The app, which launched on Tuesday, requires other apps to be installed on one’s phone, the amount of time that a person spends on these apps, in the form of the location, and any other information that the tech-giant to take a closer look at what features you want to use it.
The Mark Zuckerberg-led firm, which announced the initiative in a blog post on Tuesday, said that the Study does not show that the specific content of the text messages, photos, videos, passwords, or web sites you visit.
A study of the release comes not long after Facebook’s controversial Research app, which was eventually shut down because it was marketed to teenagers and will use a certificate that is allowed to be changed, and the violation of some of Apple’s App Store rules.
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Facebook Study, it was revealed by the tech giant on Tuesday.
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In contrast to the previous app, which is a trial and will only be available to persons who are 18 years of age and older. In addition, it will be offered only to attack deeper into the telephone access may be provided by any user.
The app begins with a series of questions, wherein the type of data that the app collects and how it is to be used, the network said in a blog post.
“The use of market research in a reliable way, it is very important to us. The transparency and purity of the information in a responsible manner, have guided how we built the Study on Facebook,” the company said. “We plan to take this same approach going forward with other projects that will help us understand how people use our products and services.”