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There have been a constant complaint against Facebook for sharing a plethora of user information when the user logs in to another third party application through the Facebook. Facebook has started to take the concerns seriously and would soon implement a feature called anonymous login for Facebook users accessing other third party applications through Facebook. Facebook users can use this anonymous login for logging in to other mobile applications through Facebook. In such a scenario, users would not be required to share their personal information or professional details as they are logging through an anonymous user.
This concept is at the design stage and would take some months before it actually gets into the Facebook application. At the recently concluded annual F8 conference, the company CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, announced that this anonymous login feature would come in extremely handy for the Facebook users who are not interested in sharing their interests and friends list with an unknown website. This feature would give more freedom to the users in deciding the type of details that are exposed to third party websites. In addition to this anonymous login feature, Facebook leaders also announced a series of measures targeted towards improving the revenue generating capabilities of the Facebook application developer.
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