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You must be victims! Why did Google and WhatsApp get free? Facebook?



The secret method of collecting personal and personal data is the standard way for top tech companies. It is shocking that Facebook collects information about people who have never used social media, even once they have recorded all their users' move. It is alleged that the company creates secret files about billions of people worldwide. The Facebook claim is that they use this information to show ads and security. Facebook users can find information collected from their activity on the company. But it is shocking that neither they nor the non-Facebook members have access to information about their company through their investing in the third party's cookies.

Internet privacy-a little introduction

No one will get free. So if someone does, then he will see the exact goal. Check out some of the best internet services we use now - Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp. These are really premium services. These are all free. What is the reason All of those people are actually working for that company. How does the company use such services? There is a way out - show the advertiser. There is no point in showing advertisement for companies in Kerala to turn to an on-going visit to Africa. Then the user should know exactly where he is from. These companies will track his location every second. It is also noteworthy that the person who liked the song would not have seen the cricket bat's advertisement. So each person's interests will be studied deeply. The companies mentioned above are aware of a person, his father, his mother, his children's siblings, their husbands, his wife, and his close friend, achan in the confederacy, and that the companies mentioned above may know him or she himself. Obviously, this was to show advertisements. Good thing. We do not need to know anything. You can leave your food all the time and sit down. Put us in this matter.



But this is the problem now. Now you can say authenticly that data collected by these companies never ruin. A Facebook post or WhatsApp message can be deducted. We and other users can not see it anymore. However, these are collected so that they can not go out of company's servers. What's the problem in this? It's a privacy issue. Every photograph he lived before the Internet age, some photographs, written or heard, remained after his death. Every day on the Internet, through the data collected by these companies, will be judged after his death. It can not predict how this can affect the person or the future generation of the person. The Supreme Court has to learn the judgment of the people who confess why privacy is declared a fundamental fundamental right. Private companies have been collecting and maintaining data about individuals so that they can solve all the laws so far in all countries. It's also true of new devices. The TV, which was called an old 'stupid', has just done what we say. Smart TVs know about files that play in it. It's about future data. One is going to be judged by the data generated by the neighborhood or the generator. There are still two clear perspectives about privacy. If the young adults agree that privacy is concerned, the younger people do not think about it. The new generation looks to the pond with the joy of seeing the water darvana baby without knowing about the consequences. Know anyway - one's Internet activity is tracked throughout. No one can hide.

How does Facebook recognize a person?

The tech users, including his location, the device used and IP address, collect information about each and every person, including Facebook and Google. The number of person who uploads a photo is the same. A photo from this camera is a digital file at this time. Its expo data consists of many. Data is collected using cookies. This is done through social media plugins and third party websites. The company can even track a man who never hits the Facebook domain. In fact, over 10,000 registered websites have been identified by the Pixels spy discovers.
The IP address, the operating system, the device used, the pixel collects the information that the browser is using. Such evidence is the ability to make accurate revelation of who you are. Internet activity will also reveal your character. 'The Washington Post' found out that Facebook was identified by the use of 98 data points about one person.


It'sIt's easy to see what the company has detected from one's Facebook activity. 1. Go to 'settings' at the top right of the Facebook page. 2. Under General Account Settings, click on 'Download a copy of your Facebook data' 3. Data from the date of creation of the account will be sent to e-mail. (Make sure that the given mail is correct.) But the company knows more about each of the information than the data on this data.

What can you do Individuals can do nothing. Even if you can create some awareness, it's a difficult thing to learn from people who have little knowledge of technology. It is a pleasure to see some countries have started to wake up. Last month, a court in Belgium asked the company to stop collecting people without access to the free account or to make a fine of $ 305,000 a day. A spokeswoman for the European Consumer Organization 'tech companies called the court ruling that this was a big victory for internet users who do not want to follow each step. The function of Facebook is against European data protection laws. The other responded that the European Union should ban this. However, Facebook said it was "disappointed" in the verdict and that the appeal would be appealed in the court of appeal. The Australian government has also begun to study Facebook's movements. Rod Sims, chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said companies like Facebook and Google had been brought to Australia and around the world with a thoroughly shift in technology and culture. easy to see what the company has detected from one's Facebook activity. 1. Go to 'settings' at the top right of the Facebook page. 2. Under General Account Settings, click on 'Download a copy of your Facebook data' 3. Data from the date of creation of the account will be sent to e-mail. (Make sure that the given mail is correct.) But the company knows more about each of the information than the data on this data.

What can you do Individuals can do nothing. Even if you can create some awareness, it's a difficult thing to learn from people who have little knowledge of technology. It is a pleasure to see some countries have started to wake up. Last month, a court in Belgium asked the company to stop collecting people without access to the free account or to make a fine of $ 305,000 a day. A spokeswoman for the European Consumer Organization 'tech companies called the court ruling that this was a big victory for internet users who do not want to follow each step. The function of Facebook is against European data protection laws. The other responded that the European Union should ban this. However, Facebook said it was "disappointed" in the verdict and that the appeal would be appealed in the court of appeal. The Australian government has also begun to study Facebook's movements. Rod Sims, chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said companies like Facebook and Google had been brought to Australia and around the world with a thoroughly shift in technology and culture.

Here are the 98 points you found on the Washington Post for Facebook:

1. Location

2. Age

3. Generation

4. Gender

5. Language

6. Education level

7. Field of study

8. School

9. Ethnic affinity

10. Income and net worth

11. Home ownership and type

12. Home value

13. Property size

14. Square footage of home

15. Year home was built

16. Household composition

17. Users who have an anniversary within 30 days

18. Users who are away from family or hometown

19. Users who are friends with someone who has an anniversary, is newly married or engaged, recently moved, or has an upcoming birthday

20. Users in long-distance relationships

21. Users in new relationships

22. Users who have new jobs

23. Users who are newly engaged

24. Users who are newly married

25. Users who have recently moved

26. Users who have birthdays soon

27. Parents

28. Expectant parents

29. Mothers, divided by 'type' (soccer, trendy, etc.)

30. Users who are likely to engage in politics

31. Conservatives and liberals

32. Relationship status

33. Employer

34. Industry

35. Job title

36. Office type

37. Interests

38. Users who own motorcycles

39. Users who plan to buy a car (and what kind/brand of car, and how soon) 

40. Users who bought auto parts or accessories recently

41. Users who are likely to need auto parts or services

42. Style and brand of car you drive

43. Year car was bought

44. Age of car

45. How much money user is likely to spend on next car

46. Where user is likely to buy next car

47. How many employees your company has

48. Users who own small businesses

49. Users who work in management or are executives

50. Users who have donated to charity (divided by type)

51. Operating system

52. Users who play canvas games

53. Users who own a gaming console

54. Users who have created a Facebook event

55. Users who have used Facebook Payments

56. Users who have spent more than average on Facebook Payments

57. Users who administer a Facebook page

58. Users who have recently uploaded photos to Facebook

59. Internet browser

60. Email service

61. Early/late adopters of technology

62. Expats (divided by what country they are from originally)

63. Users who belong to a credit union, national bank or regional bank

64. Users who investor (divided by investment type)

65. Number of credit lines

66. Users who are active credit card users

67. Credit card type

68. Users who have a debit card

69. Users who carry a balance on their credit card

70. Users who listen to the radio

71. Preference in TV shows

72. Users who use a mobile device (divided by what brand they use)

73. Internet connection type

74. Users who recently acquired a smartphone or tablet

75. Users who access the Internet through a smartphone or tablet

76. Users who use coupons

77. Types of clothing user's household buys

78. Time of year user's household shops most

79. Users who are 'heavy' buyers of beer, wine or spirits

80. Users who buy groceries (and what kinds)

81. Users who buy beauty products

82. Users who buy allergy medications, cough/cold medications, pain relief products, and over-the-counter meds

83. Users who spend money on household products

84. Users who spend money on products for kids or pets, and what kinds of pets

85. Users whose household makes more purchases than is average

86. Users who tend to shop online (or off)

87. Types of restaurants user eats at

88. Kinds of stores user shops at

89. Users who are 'receptive' to offers from companies offering online auto insurance, higher education or mortgages, and prepaid debit cards/satellite TV

90. Length of time user has lived in house

91. Users who are likely to move soon

92. Users who are interested in the Olympics, fall football, cricket or Ramadan

93. Users who travel frequently, for work or pleasure

94. Users who commute to work

95. Types of vacations user tends to go on

96. Users who recently returned from a trip

97. Users who recently used a travel app

98. Users who participate in a timeshare