Facial recognition and Facebook
Facebook uses your data to target advertising and a programmed narrative. It also uses facial recognition software to map your biometrics. It is, effectively, a data-mining company to which people voluntarily upload a lot of things that they’d possibly prefer to keep private if they knew or read the terms and conditions. In addition, FB routinely censor anything that doesn’t fit with the accepted narrative as laid down by various governmental oginisations world wide. There are many articles about this on the net. Here is one article from Gizmodo and another from the Alliance for Natural Health
Facebook has also had massive data breaches. The numbers of compromised accounts would populate a small country. This means that other companies know where you were, with whom, and what you were doing. It’s all in the metadata of your phone’s photos. The time the GPS location etc.
I didn’t like this – so I created a lot of Facebook avatars for people that didn’t want their biometrics mapped.
I can tell from Google Analytics that this page is the most visited page on my website. I find that interesting.