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What Worries You Most About Facebook Right Now?

15 April 2018

On the second day of testifying before the United States senators, CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg was questioned about the steps taken or being planned by Facebook to deal with data protection, opioid crisis and curbing of malicious and terrorist content.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of supposed surveillance titan Facebook, has apparently never heard of shadow profiles.

"Yesterday when we talked, I gave the relatively harmless example that I'm communicating with my friends on Facebook and indicate that I love a certain kind of chocolate".

While Congress lawmakers have yet to come to a unified decision on the best way to proceed, the revelations have sparked intense debates over the future of the technology industry and a potential crackdown on its regulation.

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"This is their information, they own it", he added.

If you haven't seen the prompt in your News Feed, you can check if your Facebook data was shared with Cambridge Analytica by logging into the network and visiting this help page. That's also what makes Facebook so very bad: It knows everything about you. So, to put those numbers into better perspective, that means around 36.38 million people in the U.S. have deleted the Facebook phone app, while 19.26 million have deleted their accounts altogether. "What's interesting is they made it extremely hard to take yourself out". That view was even more widely held among respondents in Australia (33.4%), Canada (33.3%) and the United Kingdom (32.2%), per the results reported by Recode.

Aleksandr Kogan, the academic who harvested Facebook data for Cambridge Analytica, also took users' private messages.

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Facebook announced on Wednesday that it will no longer channel funds into an effort that opposed giving social media users more control over their personal data.

Throughout the hearings, Republican congressional members repeatedly mentioned Diamond and Silk, two YouTube vloggers who are also ardent Trump supporters. In that respect, Facebook achieves its goal of connecting people, Milanesi said. "Otherwise they don't exist". In yet another announcement on 9 April, the social media network said it was tweaking what it calls "data practices" as well as information that third-party apps on Facebook can access.

At the Settings menu, choose "General" and then find the link that says "Download a copy of your Facebook data". "It's better than telephone - we've all got insane cousins we don't want to talk to but we can at least keep in touch with". Billy Long even went so far as to produce a enormous poster of the duo, and ask Zuckerberg, "What is unsafe about two Black women supporting President Donald J. Trump?"

While Facebook users can turn off some data collection used for advertising, it can't stop tracking entirely.

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What Worries You Most About Facebook Right Now?