Facebook’s biometric-based authentication program, which will begin to roll out to the wider public on Thursday, is the company’s latest effort to connect with users.
The company says it will begin offering biometric credentials for the first time on iPhones in 2020.
Users will be able to log in with their biometric details to the social networking site.
But it’s not just about how Facebook will use the information.
It’s about the way Facebook can be trusted to manage its biometric security.
The company has been a major player in biometric technology.
Facebook, founded in 2004, has had a partnership with Microsoft and has also partnered with other companies to build security software.
Biometrics is a unique identifier that allows the user to authenticate with a social network, to access a store or website, and to access certain features like a Facebook login.
To create the biometric system, Facebook enlisted a company called Avast, a company founded in 2003 that helps security systems and services collect and store personal information.
Avast’s mission is to provide software that is designed to help organizations and individuals monitor and control their biometrical data, and then use this data to protect themselves against attacks like those that recently disrupted the banking industry.
Facebook’s system is built on Avast’s technology.
Avad’s technology will also be used to provide users with access to Facebook’s security and privacy policies.
As part of the deal, Facebook will provide biometric information to its users when they sign up for its service.
Facebook also has said it will offer an option to users to purchase a biometric, which is not currently available.
This biometric option will allow users to access Facebook from a mobile device, but the feature is not yet available.
In the future, Facebook may offer other biometric features, such as an in-store checkout system, in which users can buy an app that will store a photo or other biometra of the user in the store.
This could help to ensure that users are not exposed to fraud, and also provide some privacy and security to users.
Facebook is already rolling out biometric systems to other social networks.
The company has rolled out a system to its sister site Instagram, and it is also rolling out an additional system to Instagram’s native app, Facebook Photos.
Facebook and Instagram have been working together for a while now to create biometric solutions.
Last year, Facebook introduced a feature to Instagram that lets users see which photos are being shared with other people, and how often.
The feature was designed to increase the number of people sharing photos with each other.
The Instagram biometric feature was rolled out in July 2016, but was only available on iOS devices.
The Instagram feature was removed from the platform in September 2016.
In March of 2017, Facebook announced it would be offering an iOS version of its new biometric service, called Social Connect, for the iPhone.
Social Connect will allow iOS users to sign up with their Facebook account and connect directly with people from other apps on the iOS platform.
However, there’s no word yet on when that feature will roll out across all Facebook platforms.