Facebook Answers Common Number of Privacy Concerns Related to Facebook Home UI

Facebook Home UIFacebook accounts typically contain some private data and some people are concerned on how privacy is handled. As Facebook Home will be available for Android smartphones, many would wonder how the new user interface would handle privacy concerns. Fortunately, Facebook has posted a press release filled with common questions and answers.

In short, Facebook Home is not required to access and manage Facebook accounts and people can still use the usual official app. Users can even choose to disable the Facebook Home after they installed it and open the account through the web browser or the official app instead. There is certain kind of critical information gathered by Facebook such as latest location, which may encourage burglary. Facebook messages may also contain user-generated details and they are removed after stored for 3 months.

Overall, the Facebook Home works like a typical smartphone app and users can still have control on how their information is handled.