It is very easy for users to share their Instagram stories on Facebook, but doing the opposite may be difficult, which is what Facebook is currently working on providing users, according to recent leaks revealed by researcher Jin Mansion Wong, as it became clear that the social network It is testing a new feature that will allow its users to share their stories on Instagram.
Facebook is working on cross-posting stories to Instagram pic.twitter.com/uH2w3VVnSe
– Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) March 9, 2020
According to the Indian fonearena website, Facebook has officially announced that the social network is testing the feature of cross-posting to facilitate sharing moments with people of interest to the user, and that some people have followers on Facebook are different from Instagram, although the feature of sharing Facebook stories on Instagram is late for some Time, but it is good to finally arrive, and so far, this feature is still being tested, but there is no information on when it will be launched.
On the other hand, the Australian Information Commissioner Office (OAIC) filed a lawsuit against Facebook in front of the Federal Court for violating the privacy of more than 300,000 Australians in connection with the Cambridge Analytica scandal, where Australian Information Commissioner Angeline Falk claimed that Facebook committed Dangerous and frequent privacy interventions in clear violation of Australian privacy law, because the data Facebook collected was passed through (This is Your Digital Life) application to Cambridge Analytica Policy Analysis.
According to the British Guardian newspaper, the data included the names of people, birth dates, email addresses, city location, friend list, page likes and Facebook messages to those who granted the application access to messages, while Falk said: “We consider design The Facebook platform means that users have not been able to exercise reasonable selection and control how their personal information is disclosed, and Facebook’s default settings have facilitated the disclosure of personal information, including sensitive information, to a privacy account. “