“Clicking on a Facebook advert may reveal things about yourself you don’t want anyone to know.”

How Facebook sells your privacy for a tidy profit

#Advertising

Fri, Sep 15th, 2017 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

In this video Point explains how Facebook uses everything it knows about you so that it can sell advertising taylored to specific factors marketers are looking for. Reportedly the authors were quickly able to create a business home page, purchase thousands of Likes, backdate their posts to make their page look established and buy ads. The ads were then used to gander private information about the users who clicked them.

Clicking on a Facebook advert may reveal things about yourself you don’t want anyone to know.

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