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Facebook is the new big brother

You’re putting your life at risk, one like at a time
Facebook’s fairly recent slog into transparency reveals some rather nasty big-brother surveillance of their users.
It’s always been a given that a service provider who does not directly charge customers can only pay the bills and employees if they’re being subsidized, either by the government, advertising or leasing access to their clients’ information.
The more information the service provider has, the more they can charge their own clients for access to that information.
There’s really nothing new to this. Grocery stores, insurance companies and ...


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