Facebook has never been too overly concerned about privacy, which is why they are always in the news about it. With the progression to even more intrusive policies with their new Open Graph plans, this doesn’t look like it’s going to get any better. You knowFacebook tracks you. They have for ages. But did you know that they have about 800 pages of information about their average user?
That’s 800 pages of personal information about your life, available for use. Social media and the pursuit of a fully customized online user experience, requires some sacrifices in the privacy department. It’s only when they’ve learned everything about you, that they can start selling you stuff you really want. It’s customer profiling, and it’s the future of sales on the internet.