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How much more of your privacy are you willing to concede to Facebook?


Facebook recently announced that it will be transitioning into a cookie based model which tracks your web activity for the purpose of serving you relevant ads. Their current model relies on your user profile and "like" history to serve ads. Do you feel that Facebook will only be able to effectively monetize itself by increasingly intruding on your privacy? Do you mind this? Or will there be a point when you simply drop Facebook?

 

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    Marisaupa 5 years ago

    Yes, Facebook has been using your profile and your "like" history to serve you ads; however, they are now going to transition to a model which will use the browsing history from your web browser to serve the ads, akin to what Google does.