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How to Use Facebook Login on Your Website
Do you want more information about the people who log into your website? When you let visitors log into your site with their Facebook profile, you can collect their demographic attributes and other characteristics. From musical tastes to work history, there are close to 50 different types of permissions you can request from your visitors with Facebook Login. Each data field you request is likely to decrease the opt-in rate. So focus on the data that will be most helpful to your business and only ask permission to access this information.
Facebook profiles have become the de-facto identities of people across the internet. This is thanks, in large part, to Login With Facebook, the social network's universal login API, which allows users to carry their profile information to other apps and websites. You've probably used it to log in to services like Spotify, Airbnb, and Tinder. But sometimes, especially on lesser known websites, using Facebook's universal login feature may carry security risks, according to new research from Princeton University published Wednesday. In a yet-to-be peer-reviewed study published on Freedom To Tinker, a site hosted by Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy, three researchers document how third-party tracking scripts have the capability to scoop up information from Facebook's login API without users knowing. The tracking scripts documented by Steven Englehardt, Gunes Acar, and Arvind Narayanan represent a small slice of the invisible tracking ecosystem that follows users around the web largely without their knowledge.
Do you want to get in on the Facebook scene? In order to start using Facebook you'll need an account. Once you have your account, you can log into your Facebook profile from any computer or mobile device, anywhere in the world. See Step 1 below to learn how. Enter your email address or phone number. Enter your password. Click Log In.
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So you have a Facebook account, right? And you use Google Mail , right? Good, then this is for you. In other words, Facebook is saying to the world:. First, sign into Facebook normally—using your Facebook username and password—and go to your Settings. Now sign out of Facebook but stay logged in to your Google account and then go to the Facebook homepage. Notice that you can also add a number of other account links as well, including various OpenID providers, and Yahoo!
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Facebook Login is the tool that allows users to sign in with a Facebook account instead of traditional login credentials and many users choose it as a convenient way to sign into a variety of apps and services. Due to the nature of the hack, Facebook cannot rule out the fact that attackers may have also accessed any Instagram account linked to an affected Facebook account through Facebook Login. Rosen reiterated that there is plenty Facebook does not know about the hack, including the extent to which attackers manipulated the three security bugs in question to obtain access to external accounts through Facebook Login. Anyone with a Facebook account affected by the breach — you should have been automatically logged out and will receive a notification — will need to unlink and relink their Instagram account to Facebook in order to continue cross-posting content to Facebook. Click Unlink and confirm your selection. You can do this on Facebook through the Security and Login menu.