Wired: The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case

Wired: The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case. “IMAGINE A POPULAR social network that takes privacy super seriously. By default, your posts are visible only to people in your real-life community. Not only does the company not use tracking cookies, but it promises it never will. It even announces that future changes to the privacy policy will be put to a vote by users before implementation. It’s hard to imagine now, but such a social network once existed. It was called Facebook.”

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