Facebook’s Justification for Banning Third-Party Researchers ‘Inaccurate,’ says FTC Facebook’s Defenses for Its Actions Are Falling Apart

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Facebook’s Justification for Banning Third-Party Researchers ‘Inaccurate,’ says FTC Facebook’s Defenses for Its Actions Are Falling Apart
07 Aug 2021
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Finally, the truth of popular social networking website Facebook is out. We never expected Facebook's founders would go to such lengths to manipulate people's content. Despite this, social media and social networking websites are frequently shut down for selling users' personal information to third parties. At our end, this sheer awareness never knocked at our doors. Since media possess innate abilities to bring out intense truth to the world. Life has become easier. Everyone’s life is precious, and so is social media content that some tend to post.

It’s cool to flaunt your personal belongings on the internet but not cool when someone misuses them. After this, you will never feel like sharing any personal information on the web, since it’s unsafe. Now, social media apps and websites want to play it safe, they are making a tremendous effort to intensify this move into duties. Social media itself is a form of the web that can hover one under its clutches, all forms of media possess certain power. Its palpable effects can’t unload us! If biggies like researchers and academicians are given their own space, a lot can make a difference.

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