Facebook explains what data it collects from non-users, but still doesn’t offer a way out
Just because Mark Zuckerberg appeared before US Congress last week to answer a plethora of questions about the way Facebook handles user data and privacy doesn’t mean Facebook is done with the Cambridge Analytica scandal. There are more “hard questions” ahead, given that Zuckerberg’s answers weren’t exhaustive.
One of the things Facebook CEO failed to address appropriately during questioning concerns the way Facebook tracks internet users, regardless of whether they have a Facebook account, or whether they’re signed into one. Zuckerberg acknowledged that Facebook tracks all your activity online, saying it does it for security reasons.
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Facebook explains what data it collects from non-users, but still doesn’t offer a way out originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 17 Apr 2018 at 07:45:02 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.