All that whining about privacy. Don't you people voluntarily enter everything about your life on Facebook? Your vacation, what you just ate, photos of everyone you love and your pets, your car, your endless thoughts, and where you are every minute and every hour? If you care about your privacy then don't be on Facebook. Facebook is not mandatory.
Facebook supposed to be for keeping in touch,ok,so what's wrong with the old fashioned way,calls texts and emails,going online is never safe and never will be, Facebook is a privacy killer,always will be !
What can you expect from Facebook!!!
Snowden and Assange have already said how Facebook and others are nothing but surveillance companies masquerading as social media companies.
Alexa and Google assistant will be paying similar fines for misuse in a few years as well.
$500 bln - $500 mln = nice profit for Suckerberg.
Someone should be in prison for it. Maybe Suckerberg's wife?
No I don't remember they started tagging me on photos in 2001. Oh wait, I luckily don't have facebook.
So what's that, a couple of weeks of Facebook's Ad earnings? That'll surely teach em to misuse our data henceforth!
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2020So if someone beats you to near death, its all cool as long as they pay some money each time t... moreIf someone takes MY PERMISSION to beat me up? Dont care about the money. But if you give your permission to someone to to something to you then why complain later? The fact that they did this without permission was the problem.
origon, 31 Jan 2020They paid a fine 550 million and now they have TO ASK for your permission to do this again. Th... moreSo if someone beats you to near death, its all cool as long as they pay some money each time they get caught doing it
origon, 31 Jan 2020They operate it with YOUR PERMISSION thats the difference. I think the point being made is ethics mean nothing as long as you have money
origon, 31 Jan 2020They paid a fine 550 million and now they have TO ASK for your permission to do this again. Th... moreThey are STILL operating and this is not the first time they have done stuff like this. They got away with it. A fine is not going to stop them.
AnonD-908380, 31 Jan 2020Apparently we can put a price on our privacy. How can they get away with this, everytime...They paid a fine 550 million and now they have TO ASK for your permission to do this again. They didnt get away with this.