Facebook in Trouble Once More: A New Scandal

Facebook in Trouble Once More: A New Scandal

The world's largest social media company proves once again that it is illogical to trust it. And still, three billion people do. Keep reading and find out all the details. Read on!

The world's largest social media company proves once again that it is illogical to trust it. And still, three billion people do. Keep reading and find out all the details. Read on!

The Cambridge Analytica case, revealed in 2018, seemed to promise a change in the perception of Facebook in particular and social networks in general, and also promised by the company changes in the treatment of data for greater security and respect for its users.

The Cambridge Analytica case, revealed in 2018, seemed to promise a change in the perception of Facebook in particular and social networks in general

Now we know that none of that has changed, but that it has gotten worse. Since last September 15, the Wall Street Journal has been revealing through leaks of Facebook employees a thread of reports that, beyond the evils of Facebook, show that it knew them and allowed them with treachery.

A new knowledge that can test the trust that its 2.9 billion active users (between Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp) place in the company of Mark Zuckerberg, who since 2017 has been trying to detach himself from a string of scandals that do not They stop jumping, but based on your income statement, they don't seem to affect you.

Facebook has had three major groups of scandals throughout its history. The spur of it all was Cambridge Analytica, where they exploited one of its vulnerabilities to encourage connections and virality for political purposes.

Then there are its continuous data leaks, which have been so many that anyone who has a Facebook account before 2019 has a 50% chance of having suffered them.

In its latest quarterly results, it obtained revenues of 29,000 million dollars, which translates into a year-on-year growth of 56%.

And finally, its internal idiosyncrasies, where they are from how Zuckerberg tried to weigh Instagram down even after he bought it so that it would not overshadow Facebook, his creation, how are you that the WSJ has been revealing or how he did not do everything he could when the platform was used to foment the Rohingya genocide.

In its latest quarterly results, it obtained revenues of 29,000 million dollars, which translates into a year-on-year growth of 56%. At the moment, the social network seems to have not been affected in its history by these scandals or by the privacy changes promoted by Apple in iOS that would limit the effectiveness of its ads.

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