Facebook has created a variety of services for its users, including a free Internet access authorization service, which provides users with a limited amount of data for a certain period of time every day. The service’s technology giant has launched a program called “Find out what can help users with free data” to improve the online experience of users by deleting audio and video streams and launching web pages through proxy services.
Although Facebook provides such a high-quality service, the situation has changed. Once again, some researchers believe that the Discover service represented by the application may be targeted at the company that created it. Three university research teams, the University of California, Irvine, and the Philippines, checked the service to understand how it could not display images and content from other websites instead of finding them on Facebook and the apps it purchased.
The study was conducted in the Philippines last summer, which is also the country with the most Internet consumers, and the results seem to run counter to Facebook. The information obtained from the survey shows that although the service shows full functionality on both Facebook and Instagram, it seems to remain intact and functioning well, even though the message says: The application is not available for Instagram and Facebook for sure. Due to the discovery feature, the images on all other websites have visibility issues, but the images on Facebook and Instagram work well.
From Facebook, WHO website, Ministry of Education website, Philippine employment portal website, even Google and other websites can work normally, and Instagram (only inaccessible posts), Yahoo Mail, and YouTube are almost half of most websites. Work or at least half of the work on the service, other platforms such as Twitter and Netflix are not even open. With the development of research and development, people named the technology giants with biased services. In the face of this situation, the technology giants completely denied any relationship with it.
When asked about this, Facebook was told that it had never used a strategy that caused one of its free services to discriminate against them. According to the tech giant, this is an error that caused a large number of images to be displayed. Although this problem is now resolved, the high server load prevents the tech giant from verifying that all websites on its servers are up and running. However, when a tech giant develops such free service, it is likely to make its application more profitable. What do you think of this matter?
The information obtained from the survey shows that although the service shows full functionality on both Facebook and Instagram, it seems to remain intact and functioning well, even though the message says: The application is not available for Instagram and Facebook for sure. According to the tech giant, this is an error that caused a large number of images to be displayed.