Want to add to the discussion? The good news is that regulators are slowing starting to act. Back inwhen a year-old Zuckerberg had just started building Facebook, he sent his Harvard friends a series of instant messages in which he marvelled at the fact that 4, people had volunteered their personal information to his nascent social network. Honestly what he said is probably the genuine reason. We are, I think, at a critical moment where the degree of corporate surveillance to which we are all subjected can either get much better, or much worse.
We are, I think, at a critical moment where the degree of corporate surveillance to which we are all subjected can either get much better, or much worse.
I can't handle the meme-logic. Loading comments… Trouble loading? I think Natalie and Steven would disagree on a lot of thinks? Submit a new link. The software company Pixoneyefor example, is far from a household name. Even more alarmingly, accounts I had deleted ages ago — such as the dating app Bumble — still seemed to have access to my Facebook information. Deleting my Facebook account may have some way to protecting my sanity, but it has done little to minimise my digital footprint.