In a previous article, we talked about how FaceApp, an online system that guesses how users would look like when they are old, violate personal privacy [see FaceApp Has Just Reminded Us: We’re Not Ready For The Surveillance Of The Future to know more]. What few people realize was that the app became controversial mainly because it was a product of a Russian company. With the Cambridge-Analytica scandal, and the AI race underway, such an outcry is understandable.
But there is an app that violates privacy worse that FaceApp, and most of us use it everyday. This article by Brian Barrett for Wired Magazine explores the many ways that Facebook can be dangerous for you.
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