The Mark Zuckerberg-founded company usually gives giant businesses an organizations blue ticks to symbolize their authenticity.
It comes amid a feud between Facebook and Twitter over privacy.
At the crux of the issue is changes to Apple’s iOS 14 that will require users to give permission in order for apps to track them for advertising purposes.
The changes will restrict companies, including Facebook, from gathering data on users to provide personalized ads.
Media consultant Matt Navarra noticed the blue tick had vanished from Apple’s page on Facebook Tuesday morning – a week after the Mark Zuckerberg-founded site slammed the iPhone maker over its upcoming privacy changes.
On Facebook, almost all big brands and organizations are given a blue tick on their official social media pages to symbolize their authenticity.
Silicon Valley’s latest war over privacy erupted last week. At the crux of the issue is changes to Apple’s iOS 14.4, which will go live next year and require users to give permission in order for apps to track them for advertising purposes.
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