Facebook Protects Your Privacy, Just Look

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Facebook, the company that collects as much of your intimate information as it can in order to make money from advertisers, wants you think it protects your privacy.

The same company that decided to start sweeping up user data from an app with over a billion users in order to make even more money from advertisers really, truly, cares about your privacy. Just at the caption on this image of a bunch of crunched up hard drives posted by 32-year-old artificial intelligence aficionado Mark Zuckerberg:

Old and obsolete hard drives are crunched, forever protecting privacy. Christer Jonsson is in charge of this important task. ‘I must be very careful,’ he says.


Whatever you say, Mark!

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