Security Researchers: Facebook 'Injects' Code to Track Everything You Do After Clicking on Links

Security Researchers: Facebook ‘Injects’ Code to Track Everything You Do After Clicking on Links


Facebook (now known as Meta) has reportedly been rewriting websites that its users visit, allowing the company to track them across the web after they click links in its app by “injecting” tracking code. The security researcher that sounded the alarm say that the tracking code allows Mark Zuckerberg to “monitor all user interactions, like every button and link tapped, text selections, screenshots, as well as any form inputs, like passwords, addresses and credit card numbers.”

The Guardian reports that a security researcher alleges that Facebook has been rewriting websites that its users visit and allowing the company to track them across the web after clicking links in its apps.

Mark Zuckerberg surrounded by guards ( Chip Somodevilla /Getty)

Mark Zuckerberg introduces Meta (Facebook)

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