Facebook collects the data of non-facebook users as well, Mark Zuckerberg

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Even though the Facebook shares dipped Thursday morning, they are still up almost 3% since Zuckerberg entered the Senate on Tuesday. Ben Luján that the social media giant is harvesting "data of people who have not signed up for Facebook" for security reasons. It was recently revealed that Facebook was also collecting data on people who didn't even have an account on the site.

Baser notes that these tools are used by websites and apps to "make their content and ads more engaging and relevant". It plainly states that its data collection "includes information about the websites and apps you visit, your use of our services on those websites and apps, as well as information the developer or publisher of the app or website provides to you or us".

Over the last couple of weeks, Facebook has been trying to fix its image and has been doing this by offering a number of explanations on how it collects and uses data.

As well as details pulled from your social and professional circle that you may not have consented to share with the company, Facebook's file on you also contains information on your web browsing through use of embedded "like" and "share" buttons. Amazon, Google and Twitter all have login features.

They track where you go, who you talk to, what you click on, what you don't click on, what phone calls you make, and more., The better their demographic knowledge of you, the better to personalize ads sent to you. Your browser (Chrome, Safari or Firefox) shares your IP address so the website knows where to send the site content. Facebook receives all of this data as well, Baser said, as well as information on which website or app is being used. "This would apply to other services beyond Facebook because, as mentioned, it is standard to how the internet works".

"The sheer volume, magnitude, and frequency of Facebook's controversies strongly suggests that the company's whack-a-mole approach is insufficient - Facebook needs to institutionalize stronger risk oversight mechanisms", Trillium said in a letter to fellow Facebook shareholders. According to Baser, they are: "Providing our services to these sites or apps; improving safety and security on Facebook; and enhancing our own products and services". How do we deal with the new public sphere as it operates?' " She added: "People mistakenly think that Facebook sells your data.

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The company said it would review all legitimate reports and respond as quickly as possible when a credible threat to user data is identified.

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It's well past time to push Facebook to have a paid version, with no ads and no data gathering. Tough luck if you don't want "engaging" ads.

Following the fallout from the recent scandal, Facebook is making changes behind the scenes to help boost users' privacy protection.

Goggins said although Cambridge Analytica claimed it has deleted Kogan's data, it might have created "a machine learning model" to continue profiling and targeting Facebook users.