something almost endearing about how reliably intrusive and creepy-stalker-profiteering they are. ^_^
if you’re not paying for the product, you *are* the product. doesn’t pay to forget that.
Earlier today, Facebook announced that it was going to start usingall of that ever-so-illuminating app and website data it collects to serve us with more targeted ads. In other words, Facebook is getting ready to use your browsing history to benefit advertisers. Here’s how to stop them.
Of course, just because you’re getting some new (and highly necessary) controls over how Facebook shares your data doesn’t mean it’s going to stop collecting the data in the first place. So while we can at least somewhat limit how all of our salacious internet habits are being used, it doesn’t mean the cache of data itself is going away.
click through for complete instructions.
How to Stop Facebook From Sharing Your Browsing History.
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