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Life without Facebook is absolutely unimaginable in today's technologically advanced society. Whether it's about posting a picture, updating a status, or creating a check-in at the movies, Facebook has become an integral part of our daily life, and none of us can deny that.
No matter how much we love being on Facebook, there exists some hidden Facebook clauses that not everyone is aware of it. The social media platform has been recently hitting headlines, not for something good, but about people questioning about its privacy policies.
Although it is fun to connect with our long lost friends via Facebook, there are also a few drawbacks to the same. Here are 5 Facebook's sketchy policies that you may not be aware of, and knowing them might just make you go crazy!
Recent updates on Facebook must have informed you about the social platform being deceptive about its users' privacy. Yes, in case you share your personal details on Facebook, and think that the social media keeps it private. You're absolutely wrong! Facebook erodes your privacy regardless whether you chose to keep it restricted to friends without revealing it to the public.
Companies Can Track Your Details
Facebook allows companies to track your movements online. The social media platform keeps a track about your web history and app usage and reveals it to companies so that you get more relevant ads. It's all about a money making business, your privacy is not a concerned.
Undermines your Relationships
Along with making great friends, the social media platform is being popularized for its ability to strengthen the bonding between friends, family and loved ones. However, with over using Facebook, there's surely a tension that is building out in a real-life relationship.
Posting anything and everything on social media, talking about national sentiments and more, unrealistic expectations often calls for serious trouble and often spoils any relation.
Distracts You All Day Long
Facebook is addictive, and over using it for all day long, while at work, traveling or any doing anything can affect the effort you would put, without being a Facebook addict.
Starting from the smartphone buzzing in the pocket, or a cluttered email inbox calling for your attention, the Facebook News Feed knows how to distract your attention, and reduces your productivity level at the workplace.
Instigates You To Share Your Details
We are active on Facebook at all times, and the features that Facebook offers to check-in where you are, sharing location or posting your pictures and more in one way instigates you to reveal all your personal information to the public platform. This makes it easy for people to spy on very easily.