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We Trusted Facebook: Let’s Own Up to It

Facebook collected massive amounts of data from us—with our permission. When we think about regulating it, we need to ask: How much do we need to be protected from ourselves?

By Sascha Segan

The violent reaction to what’s going on with Facebook makes me think about, of all things, PETA.

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