Kalev Leetaru writes:
Earlier this week the story broke that an employee of Facebook’s security team may have used his privileged access to Facebook user data to stalk women online and he was apparently not the first. The company immediately fired the individual when the incident was brought to its attention over Twitter and issued a statement that it does not tolerate misuse of the wide ranging access its employees enjoy to the private and highly sensitive data of two billion people. Yet, the incident reminds us just how little control we have over the data we hand over to the private companies in whose walled gardens we live out our online lives.
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