Instagram Adds Data From Partners Ad Setting

Users can opt out of activity on third-party sites and apps being used to personalize the ads they see

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Instagram released a Data From Partners ad setting Monday, which enables users to choose whether they want the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network to use data about their activity from its partners to personalize their ads on the platform.

The setting covers information about activity on third-party sites and applications, as well as offline interactions with advertisers, such as in-store purchases.

Instagram users will see a one-time in-app notification directing them to review their ad settings.

If they opt out, data about their activity from partners will no longer be used to personalize their ads on Instagram.


In cases where Instagram is able to determine that users with Facebook accounts made choices via the social network’s Ad



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