In-Depth: A Line-by-Line Look at Facebook's Updated Platform Developer Policies

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As part of its game-focused product updates, Facebook changed a wide range of policies around what developers can and can’t do on the platform. The company has broadly grouped its dozens of changes into three main areas, with the overall move being to make many more options available to developers.

The changes include new or heavily revised policies, policies that are being turned into best practices (and so are no longer required), those that are getting removed due to now-redundant language or larger product changes.

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