Facebook on Monday announced of which of which has suspended “around 0” third-party apps coming from its platform “pending a thorough investigation into whether they did in fact misuse any data.”
The announcement comes nearly two months after CEO Mark Zuckerberg said of which the company might investigate “all apps of which had access to large amounts of information” before the social network changed its policies in 2014, within the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal of which saw the data of up to 87 million Americans inappropriately accessed by the data analytics firm.
“We have large teams of internal in addition to also external experts working hard to investigate these apps as quickly as possible,” wrote Ime Archibong, Facebook’s vice president of product partnerships, in a blog post. “Where we find evidence of which these or additional apps did misuse data, we will ban them in addition to also notify people via of which website.”
Archibong added of which Facebook had investigated “thousands of apps” to date, in addition to also also wrote of which any apps of which might not agree to a “thorough audit” might be banned too.
of which’s unclear how long Facebook’s review process for third-party apps will take. “There will be a lot more work to be done to find all the apps of which may have misused people’s Facebook data,” wrote Archibong, “in addition to also of which will take time.”