Facebook new account aadhar not mandatory
While opening a new account on Facebook , the social media company has cleared the use of the name on the basis. He said that this was a small test, which is now over. It is clear from this that Facebook is not taking your base data.
In fact, on Wednesday, Facebook was being asked to use the name on the Aadhaar card to open a new account. Because of this, the questions were raised in the user’s mind that now they have to link their Facebook account with the basis. Many fears started to be born among the people. Facebook has cleared to address these fears.
Facebook’s product manager Taichi Hoshino told in a blog post that it was a small test, which is now over. Along with this, however, he suggested that when you open a new account on Facebook, you should use the name entered in the base. This allows your relatives and friends to be easily identified.
After Facebook’s blog post it became clear that the social media site is not collecting your base data and neither has it necessary to establish a base for opening a Facebook account.
It is entirely up to you that if you open a
new account or do not give the names written in the base. The researchers said that the purpose of this test was simply that people can understand signing up with their names. This can make it easier to identify their relatives and friends.