Facebook's recent fall from grace over the Cambridge Analytica scandal is proof that the social media giant is spinning out of control rapidly. What was once a platform for sharing ideas and connecting with friends, has become a leaky outlet of intimate personal data. Facebook's policy of allowing third party developers to leverage public profiles may not be new and alarming, but the fact that these third party developers can store the data on their own servers and even sell it to others for more targeted advertising is a massive concern. So much so that a global trend to #DeleteFacebook is underway and people are deleting and deactivating their accounts left, right and center.
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