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Op-Ed: How to Protect Your Personal Facebook Data

Facebook holds annual F8 developers conference in San Jose, California

Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during the annual Facebook F8 developers conference in San Jose, California, U.S., April 18, 2017. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Of course the very best way, guaranteed way to protect your Facebook Data is to get off Facebook and delete your account.

There are other websites that offer the same exact type of website that Fakebook offers.

Myself, I saw the warning signs years ago from the Facebook CEO Zuckerberg who said, “Why are people so worried about privacy if they have nothing to hide?”

I actually heard those words come out of his mouth as a watched a video of Mark speaking.

That was the big red flag for everyone but who paid attention to what Mark Zuckerberg said? Obviously not too many parents and teens who could have gravitated to other identical sites.

Zuckerberg is lying about the user information being misappropriated, because the 270,000 Facebook users gave permission to allow Facebook to share their information.

That includes all their contacts. Facebook makes big money by selling user information to ad companies and even governments or the Obama election team for the 2008 election.

Companies such as now famous Cambridge Analitica used those 270,000 Facebook users info, to then get info from them and expand that to get info on 50 million Facebook users.

From those 50 million Facebookers, that expanded to about 150 million Americans. Notice that it doesn’t mention any other country, so that would be another few hundred million contacts.

Do the math, Facebook probably has info on well over a billion people around the world. And they still sell that info for those willing to pay for it. Zuckerberg is a big fat lier.

(Written by Mark Smyth & Edited by Bart Charles Begley)

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