Meta may allow Instagram, Facebook users in Europe to pay and avoid ads

Europe to pay for versions of the apps that don't have any ads

Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, is thinking about allowing users in Europe to pay for versions of the apps that don’t have any ads. This is in response to rules and regulations from the government. People who choose to pay for these versions won’t see any ads, which could help Meta address privacy concerns and other issues raised by regulators. Meta would still offer free versions of the apps with ads for those who don’t want to pay. The cost of the paid versions and when they might be available is not yet known. Meta has not commented on this news. This change shows how companies are adapting their products to follow privacy rules and government policies, especially in Europe. In the past, Meta has faced fines and restrictions for how it collects and uses user data.


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