Facebook has been getting information on people and putting them on its website without their...
knowledge. What do you think of invasion of privacy?
Read the fine print and than ask something like that. The most common told lie in the world is: "Yes, I have read and I accept the terms of agreement". that being said, if it is without your knowledge than you lied when you checked that box
I would be more concerned about Google, you sign for mail and you have your info on hundreds of other sites available to anyone:) Now that is invasion of privacy!
I mean actually gettiing info in some way and putting a person and a very brief profile on facebook when this person has never signed up nor do they ever have intention of signing up. So they have never even seen any fine print. I may not have explained it well in my question. Sorry!
Privacy is really not an issue anymore because it's impossible to have it whether you're online, walking down the street or shopping cameras are seemingly everywhere, at least in the U.S. I used to rant about it but I just don't care anymore. I've always said that if someone stole my identity they'd take a look then just give it back.
i always concerned about privacy online, this is why i do not give out my correct data in internet everywhere... but giving away the information without the person`s permission, totally bad and it decreases their reputation worldwide, at the end, it will be them who lose...
by alphagirl 6 years ago
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by justchillin 19 months ago
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by Michelle Orelup 6 years ago
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by flacoinohio 5 years ago
Why do people who are concerned about their privacy post every thing they do on Facebook?I dont undertand how people who demand that others respect their privacy and are concerned that people are prying into their personal business and yet they update their facebook with up to the minute news about...
by Max Zvyagintsev 6 years ago
Recently I've read an article where a man was asked to provide his facebook login and password during his interview. The interviewer could not access the man's personal details and photos because of privacy control and so requested the information. In the end, the man refused to do so and walked...
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