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Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica data scandal, explained



Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained data from as many as 50 million people. That’s put Mark Zuckerberg on the defensive. The Verge’s Silicon Valley …

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  1. guys, I was checking my apps list there is app "Facebook Services". The shocking fact is that I saw it just after doing factory reset of my phone. Its installed there from system. I dont even use Facebook but its still there. Any views?

  2. Facebook employees are ILLEGALLY going through private profiles and their messages! They need to be strictly monitored and PROSECUTED for breaking privacy laws! Facebook will be nothing but a memory soon enough. Zuck may have already made his greed money, but he will go down in shame with his platform. BRING THEM TO JUSTICE!!! #Fakebook

  3. I deleted my facebook profile roughly 5 years ago, I told people then that the reason was because I have no idea who is obtaining my data or why. I said facebook was a social profiling tool, likely used by companies and government organisations, it allows for the mass production of propaganda and directly contributes to the social devolution of human beings.

    First they call you mad. Then after a while, the start to question the same things you did. Facebook and social media in general are ways of destroying and damaging the real community built throughout our society.

  4. I believe people knew that facebook collects personal data for ads purposes a long time ago, but why such a big fuss about it now, and not before? I am actually really looking to hear some insights from you guys to help me with this.

  5. Sounds to me like people are trying to blame facebook for Trump winning. Leave Zuckerberg alone. Its advertising. Its so obvious they use your history to advertise. Here on Google. If I watch a video on a subject I get ads non-stop on that subject. Why not target Google. And it seems like Cambridge Analytica is the shady one. People dont go after that becomes there is no name recognition. Its social justice warriors at it again trying to always tear down somebody for the sake of it. As for Facebook being addicting. That is the users fault. We dont sue Budwiser for being addictive yet look at how damaging it is. You have to take responsibility for your own life and stop blaming others for spending those extra hours on facebook. Nobody forced you. Also the goal of anything is to make you want it. Youtube wants you to be one youtube for as long as possible. Thats just business.

  6. Anyone have the wright to deliver this message..
    "Samsung is allowing Facebook to gather dat from their phone by preinstalling 3 apps 1 is Facebook and 2 hidden files that cannot be deleted no matter what you do, and apps will reinstall themselves after deleting them, those 2 hidden apps are : 1 file name "Face" 2 file name Facebook manager" and they gather data without your knowledge or awareness…
    Plz investigate and spread the word…

  7. Facebook probably did worse.
    Perhaps facebook is even connected to NSA and CIA and… public's not gonna know.
    But hey, im just a crazy Tinfoil conspiracy theorist right?!

    I can assure you every major company is connected together somehow as a hive mind collecting everyones info.
    If anything, theres even banks of supercomputers that build your personality on every single person who uses internet.

  8. Deleting Facebook isn't even a solution. There are other apps that you use on a daily basis and it does the same thing. They all provide APIs for devs to work with their data. It's just that Facebook got unlucky first.

  9. This things happened to me tho I cant see what happening in the real world one person costomize my account and controlling what I have to see this weird app taking advantages to the person who doesnt know how internet works..

  10. You have no privacy on the internet. There's never been privacy. A hacker can know where do you live, your bank account and what are you doing lately. Even the government can use your information to their advent.