By Johnny Lieu
Facebook has been firmly under the spotlight about how it uses people’s data, but the platform wants to make one thing clear: It’s not the only company doing so.
On Monday, the social network posted an explainer on how it collects your data through its services even when you’re not on Facebook.
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The post details the impact of Facebook’s social plugins, which allow users to like or share content on another site, as well as its login tool — when you use Facebook credentials to sign into websites or apps. Other services include Facebook Analytics, as well as its own advertising and measurement tools. …