Facebook has been criticized for failing to adequately protect user data. The company will open five Facebook Cafes in the UKcoffeeThe pavilion, as part of its work, is to assure users that their information is safe - in this case, to ensure that users understand how to change the privacy options of their account.
Facebook provides users with a feature called Privacy Checkup that any user can access by clicking on the "?" icon at the top of any page on Facebook (for example, their account page). When you click this option, multiple options are displayed to the user, including an option called Privacy Check. Clicking this option will open a window that guides the user through the security settings associated with posts, profiles, apps, and websites.
Although the tool is easy to use, many people don't know that it is available, but insist on using the platform's default security options. Facebook will introduce visitors to the tool through the temporary Facebook Cafe and guide them to use it to help them understand the security settings available.
According to Evening Standard, Facebook will operate these Pop-up coffee shops in the UK from August 28th to September 5th. It is unclear whether the company plans to bring similar privacy check destinations to other countries.