As the largest social platform in the United States, the Facebook login button was once ubiquitous, allowing users to use their Facebook account to log in to different websites without creating new usernames and passwords.But today more and more websitesRemoved Facebook login button. Dell, Best Buy, Ford, Pottery Barn, Nike, Patagonia, Match and Amazon-owned Twitch have all removed the Facebook login feature. Dell executive Jen Felch explained that concerns over security, privacy and data sharing are driving people away from using social networking sites to log in. The disappearance of Facebook’s login feature is also the latest sign of the social giant’s waning influence. Over the past year, Facebook’s advertising business has been subject to Apple’s tightening of privacy protections, and its growth has faced stiff competition from ByteDance’s short-video app TikTok.
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