Today Google showed the first version of a device, which would allow people to transfer Facebook photos to other services. With this system, Facebook began work in Ireland with Google Photos. This means that when the device is in the very initial test version, users will not be able to access the device until it has moved out of their territory.
The official “DTP” tool “will enable Facebook users to transfer their Facebook photos and videos directly to other services, starting with Google Photos.” If you live in Ireland, you can use Facebook.com on Slash DTP Go to see if you can use it. Now Tools. Facebook has suggested that they are releasing this tool as part of their overreaching push to gain public trust.
“On Facebook, we believe that if you share data with one service, you should move it to another location,” said Steve Starfield, director of privacy and public policy at Facebook. “It is the principle of data portability, which gives people control and choice while encouraging innovation.” We are yet to see if connecting one’s Facebook and Google accounts in such a way allows one to access the information that the other one already has access to – but talking about something like this Will, not a jerk. We will let you know when we know more!
If you want to download all your photos and videos from Facebook at once, you can also check Facebook DYI – which will either link you to a new DYI page or redirect you to the settings list of “Your Facebook Information” Will do. “If it’s the latter, then you have to tap on the second link on the list called” Download Your Information “and do so!
Meanwhile, Facebook has been found using an Insider Facial Recognition app. This means that they are scanning the photos you have uploaded as well as those that have been uploaded by others to which the dots have been added. They also got a new logo so that they look different …