The company will begin rolling out “vpn servers” for Facebook News Feed.
The service, which is described as a service that allows Facebook to provide content from its news feed to websites with the same infrastructure as the servers, will enable publishers to easily serve content from their own servers without having to deal with a third-party provider.
This service will be available for both desktop and mobile devices.
Facebook will also offer the service to third-parties with the goal of giving them the ability to build custom content and share it with their audience.
Facebook is also looking to add more custom content to News Feed in the future, but is not yet ready to say what kind of content is available.
While Facebook will initially roll out a single vpn server for its News Feed, the company is also considering expanding the functionality to allow multiple vpn servers on a single server.
Facebook said that it will eventually roll out more vpn services, but did not give a timeline.
The Facebook NewsFeed is Facebook’s most-visited section, with more than 90 billion page views every month.
The company said that its NewsFeed Server feature will allow third- PARTYs to host and serve content that they own from their private network.
They will be able to access this content via the Facebook Newsfeed server, which will be configured to allow them to do so.
Users will be given the option to turn on the service, or disable it, by going to the News Feed settings.
Users will be offered the ability for their content to be viewed and interacted with from their personal private network, which includes a server farm, a router, and other hardware.
The server farm can host up to 10 devices, but the router can also be configured as a standalone server.
Users can then access their content from this server by accessing the Newsfeed Server.