Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
For your information – especially if you live on Facebook.
January 06, 2018 by: Lance D Johnson
(Natural News) There is no such thing as privacy with Facebook. All the data that’s shared openly by Facebook users, including pictures, connections, interests, comments, likes, and personal information is readily compiled and analyzed by algorithms to map out and predict who you are, where you go, what you’ll buy, and much more. Naïve Facebook users share information liberally, only to turn their life over to surveillance systems, marketing algorithms and artificial intelligence which is capable of analyzing the pixels in your photos, micromanaging your life interests/dislikes and tracking your every move.
With former Facebook engineers coming out publicly saying Facebook is “ripping society apart,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg has made a commitment in 2018 to fix the problems with Facebook. The social networking site won’t improve, however, because the problems Zuckerburg wants to address will will further devolve Facebook into…
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