Facebook records the movement of your lips and much other information

In response to the request of the U.S. Congress after the April scandal with Cambridge Analytica, the company Facebook revealed all its ways of collecting information about users of the social network. A document of 222 pages describes different ways of collecting data from users. 
Of course, you could suspect that the company Facebook is watching how much time you spend on social network pages. It monitors purchases that you make. Below are really amazing things from the company’s document.
- Facebook records the movement of your lips. This helps the company to ensure that you are not a robot.
- Another way that Facebook helps the company to ensure that you are detection whether the browser window on top of other Windows or behind them.
- Facebook collects information about your devices. But it is not only information about the device model and operating system version. It’s interesting to know the charge level of your battery, signal strength of the cellular network and available memory.
- Of course, information is collected not only about the operating system, but also about the browser, the installed plug-ins and even file names.
- Another company known information about your cell operator, Internet service provider, IP address, cookies, time zone and connection speed.
- In some cases, the company collects information about your device, but those devices that are on the same network or nearby.
- Facebook is known for are available to your Bluetooth device-device, access point, Wi-Fi and cell towers that are in range.
- In addition to information from GPS, camera and gallery photos on Android Facebook can receive a call list and SMS history.
- Finally, the company is aware of the Facebook apps you use, and accounts.

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