Meta has revised and changed how that information is displayed in an effort to make its infamously complex user agreements less confusing. In order to avoid presenting the information as a massive wall of text, the firm has bolded some lines, added subheaders, and included graphics. The end product, while still mostly a huge wall of text, was created to placate regulators throughout the world as they increase their scrutiny of how social media companies inform users.
Rob Sherman, the Deputy Chief Privacy Officer of Meta, noted “increased demand” from privacy laws and regulators who want to make sure privacy policies are as comprehensive as possible. The business also modified its terms of service, which outlines the guidelines users must follow in order to use its services.