Meta currently has no plans regarding monetization in Pakistan

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Meta currently has no plans regarding monetization in Pakistan

 At this time, Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has no plans to monetize content in Pakistan.

During a media event on Thursday, Fahad Qadir, Policy Communications Lead, Emerging Markets & South Asia, APAC, verified this.

A Meta business team visited Pakistan earlier this year to talk about the problem. Pakistan has more than 60 million users, and Meta needs to take action to assist them.

In response, the delegation said that according to sources from the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication, Meta is investigating the matter and may start a trial project.

However, the company has flatly denied having any immediate plans to monetize in Pakistan.

The company held a meeting for Pakistani journalists on Thursday to outline its stance on privacy.

A Meta spokeswoman claims that keeping users’ information safe is essential to achieving Meta’s goal of developing into a communications platform that prioritises privacy.

She said that everyone at the social media company has a responsibility to protect privacy because it is crucial to how Meta runs.

User data is not sold by Meta to outside parties. Guidelines controlling how partners and other parties may and may not use and disclose the information provided by Meta must be followed by those parties who have access to specific data.

The company said it will continue to invest and develop to offer the best user experience possible while working to improve Meta’s privacy and security system.

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