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Facebook ultimate violation of privacy was not surprised in the least.

Mark Zuckerberg's company admitted it had "inadvertently" reaped billions of pounds worth of users' information is not recorded even in the social network of 750 million members - up stories on the entire Web browsing with programs installed on computers of those web users that some even consider.

"Okay," said the company in the world, 'Delete all anyway. "But is not the first time the company has been in trouble for violating the privacy of its users - and Facebook is the only company guilty of such violations.
Each Internet giant is - and the worst offenders are always those whose services are "free".

The Internet seems to offer more free food than any normal human being can digest in a lifetime. But none of them are free, and the bill is always our privacy.

I was horrified when Google Mail began advertising to me based on "keywords" in my personal emails - including ads 'target' for me, because a close relative diagnosed with incurable cancer, the same day of my family tried to cope with the tragedy.

When I went through a painful breakup, mail from Google was there for me - advertising sites dating back to when I was still living in a hotel room, trying to find a new home.

Facebook is so notorious for violations so that "feature" of each new Facebook users a thorough review of their privacy settings to ensure that the company is losing more of your personal information to advertisers - in permanent face of Facebook, excuse hypothesized that the web is "built on the division.

I was horrified the first time I saw my own face in an ad in Facebook - a "feature" of the company has retired.

Human instinct says to register to these sites regardless of the outcome - what these Internet giants want from us.

To download a song from iTunes Store, you have to sign an agreement that is 52 A4 pages long. None of us are surfing the web with a lawyer sitting next to us the advice that the agreements are signed.

If I had known that Google could intrude on personal tragedy may not have registered. And I'm still debating on whether to completely eliminate my Facebook account.

When Steve Ballmer of Microsoft shouted triumphantly, "Google reads your mail," Google seemed sublimely indifferent machines only read your mail, not humans, so how is it important?

Also, Facebook today brushed indignation as trivial - machines had only seen the data. No matter.

But no matter. That always matters.

Privacy unveiled as part of Google Plus - a new Google social network - as if it were a function.

Facebook it echoed a few days later. But privacy is not a "feature". It is a human right.

However, for giants like Google and Facebook, only offered as a concession in the wake of protests - as a way to attract more users, serving more ads, make more money.

It's times like this that the world needs geeks, like the blogger that 'outcast' latest atrocity and Facebook has forced the company into a rapid-fire back.

However, it is just that our privacy should be in foreign hands just hackers?

So far, no one is holding them to Facebook, Google or any other web giants to take into account.


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