Facebook Once Again Proves That They Are Completely Untrustworthy…. Which Means You Should #DeleteFacebook ASAP

A reader tipped me off to this article from Medium that speaks to the fact that the Facebook app will track your location even if you tell it not to using some very stealthy methods. Which means that Facebook isn’t being entirely honest about how it collects data. This whole article is very much worth reading as it will floor you as to the lengths that Facebook will go to collect data so that they can target you with ads. This is pretty disgusting. And it gets worse for Facebook because the New York Times is reporting that Facebook gave companies like Microsoft, Netflix, and Spotify access to stuff like users private messages. Something that the company has never disclosed.

What do both of these stories say about Facebook? They are completely untrustworthy. They deserve to be heavily legislated or shut down. And they don’t deserve to have you on their platform… If you haven’t already joined team #DeleteFacebook which if you haven’t joined that team, you should. Clearly Facebook is a company that deserves no users and deserves to die.

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One Response to “Facebook Once Again Proves That They Are Completely Untrustworthy…. Which Means You Should #DeleteFacebook ASAP”

  1. […] is that they cannot seem to dig themselves out of it. Take this example. Coming on the heels of this report where Facebook was caught giving dozens of companies access to user data including private […]

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