Facebook users can now log in anonymously
Facebook has introduced a new tool that allows users to sign into apps and websites without sharing their personal information, NBC has reported. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, announced the new “Anonymous Login” feature at the F8 developer conference in San Francisco. The company also unveiled “Line by Line Control,” which will allow people to choose what kind of information, including birthdays, emails and friend lists, they want to share when logging in. “Today’s announcements put power and control squarely in people’s hands,” the company wrote in a blog post.