Facebook still track users even if they opt out of tracking

Facebook has recently sent a letter to to US senators, revealing that it can track where users are even if they are opting out of having their locations or tasks tracked.

Facebook also reveals ways that it can still track out where people are after they have opted to not to share their exclusive location data with the company.

“There is no opting out. No control over your personal information,” Republican Senator Josh Hawley said in a tweet.

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will give internet users the right to see what data big tech companies collect and with whom it is shared.