Meta aims to make paid subscriptions available to Europeans so they can use Instagram and Facebook without ads and thus comply with European legislation on personal data and targeted advertising.
According to information revealed for the first time by the Wall Street Journal this Tuesday, Meta is working on several formulas, reported the agency France-Presse (AFP).
Subscribers can pay around 10 euros per month for the Instagram or Facebook account on the computer and 13 euros for the mobile applications on “smartphones”, while each additional account would add around 6 euros to the monthly bill.
Users who did not consent to the North American group collecting their personal data for advertising targeting purposes would thus maintain access to the platforms, upon payment of a fee.
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