Washington, May 1 ANI | 1 year ago

Facebook has reportedly introduced a new way for its users to log in to third-party apps while keeping their identities private.

The "Anonymous Login " button will give Facebook members more control over their information while addressing concerns about user privacy as Facebook seeks ways to encourage people to explore new apps, CNET reports.

Addressing developers at the company's F8 conference in San Francisco, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that the social network intends to do more to put control and power back into people's hands.

Facebook is presently testing the new log-in option with select developers, including Flipboard and the black button will not be visible in the apps for several months, the report adds.

(Posted on 02-05-2014)

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