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8-12-2011 @ 5:41PM
Of course every site sells your data, especially Google. Their entire business is based on selling your data.However Facebook has a record of dropping the ball, quite literally, and letting your data leak to places it should never go. Even if you are fine with a company selling your data, at least that data doesn't let other visitors to the site find out your personal info. Something Facebook has done. And other sites generally try to keep shady companies from gaining your data which is may use in nefarious ways. Something Facebook has failed to do with their 3rd-party games.Add in the scumball anticts of the CEO, the quotes such as the one I posted on the next page (calling idiots "dumb !@#$s" for trusting him) and the constant in-your-face advertising, and various marketing schemes, and you get a good old shitty deal.Other sites might sell your data and act like scumballs to you, and that's not good, but at least they do it in private. Facebook does it to your face, and people adore them.
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