Why Facebook Is The Perfect Representative of Tech’s Privacy Problemby@stewofkc
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Why Facebook Is The Perfect Representative of Tech’s Privacy Problem

by Christian Stewart4mApril 11th, 2018
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Besides the massive <a href="https://choosetoencrypt.com/news/why-the-internet-needed-the-facebook-data-scandal/" target="_blank">Cambridge Analytica scandal</a>, what makes <a href="https://hackernoon.com/tagged/facebook" target="_blank">Facebook</a> the one answering the questions about data collection by big tech companies? Facebook is not alone as the <a href="https://choosetoencrypt.com/news/facebook-is-not-internets-privacy-villain/" target="_blank">internet’s privacy villain</a> and other companies arguably collect <a href="http://theantimedia.com/google-10-times-data/" target="_blank">even more</a> information than Facebook. Here’s a look at why Facebook is taking the floor in answering questions from the Senate.

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