The policy update was proposed late last month, with the new language saying that users will automatically grant Facebook permission for the use of their names, profile pictures and content in connection with ads or commercial content.
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Facebook’s delay comes as six consumer watchdog groups have asked the US Federal Trade Commission to block these changes, saying that they will make it easier for the social network to use such personal information to endorse products in ads without their consent.
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