Facebook allows photos and videos to be transferred to Dropbox and Koofr
Facebook allows photos and videos to be transferred to Dropbox and Koofr

Facebook said today (Thursday) that its users can use its portability tool to upload their photos and videos to two new services, Dropbox and Koofr.

The social media giant announced in early June last year that users will be able to submit their photos and videos to the Google Photos service so that all users can provide their own tools.

Facebook announced in early May that the tool will be available to users in the United States and Canada. The tool can be accessed as follows: Go to Facebook settings and click on the "Your Facebook Information" tab, where photos and videos can be transferred. Users must link their Facebook accounts to their Google accounts before they can download the content.

As part of the data transfer project, Facebook launched its media transfer tool at the beginning of December last year and plans to roll it out to more countries / regions in early 2020.

It should be noted that the (Data Transfer Project) is a data exchange program that was launched in 2018 to make it easier for users to easily transfer data between different services over the Internet. The project involves several companies working together to shape the "future of portability", including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter.

Last August, Facebook pushed for legislation to make it easier to broadcast images and videos on competing tech platforms and in comments sent to the Federal Trade Commission at a scheduled hearing. September 22, 2020.

Data portability - a potential medium for large tech companies that makes their social media dominance difficult for smaller competitors to eliminate data portability - has become a major part of the antitrust debate in the United States and Canada. Europe.

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