Facebook has taken action to organize 5 pop-up café events in the UK so users can learn about privacy settings on the social network.
The company will hold its first pop cafe on 28 and 29 August at The Attendant in London's Great Eastern Street. Union Brew Lab Coffee Bar in Edinburgh is also expected to temporarily turn into a Facebook café.
Free coffee and privacy control
Cafes will be served free of charge to users who want to have the privacy control of Facebook free of charge. In the privacy check, users will be ensured that information is not shared with others.
Facebook's Northern Europe Vice President Steve Hatch, said in a statement to be set up in these pop-up cafes will allow users to learn more about how to manage their privacy settings, he said.
Hatch, all this information will be done in a short time while making coffees, he added.