Jane Ruffino: Facebook has seeped into our daily lives, but have we now normalised questionable behaviour?

We think it’s enough to tell ourselves nothing on Facebook is truly private.

29th June, 2014

In May 2012, Facebook added a new and tiny clause to its terms of service – which we passively agree to every time we open our permanently logged-in window – that it would use our data for research purposes. When we think of the power we sign over, we think it’s enough to tell ourselves nothing on Facebook is truly private, but really that’s not much more than an empty incantation.

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