Facebook Is Tracking What You Do

Facebook Is Tracking What You Buy to Provide Marketers Better Ad Analytics
By Josh Wolford From WebProNEWS

Facebook’s already tenuous relationship with its users over privacy and the sharing of personal information has a new wrinkle, as it looks like Facebook has waded into the retail sales tracking business.

According to The Financial Times, Facebook has already measured the effectiveness of a few dozen ad campaigns with the help of a data mining company called Datalogix. Measuring the effectiveness of ad campaigns may seem innocuous at first, but it gets a little trickier when you learn that the measuring process involves matching Facebook user data on ad impressions with retail data mined from nearly every household in the United States.

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Beware of Facebook’s Terms of Use Policy

Facebook backs down, reverses on user information policy

Story Highlights

  • Facebook this month changed its policy to say user content belonged to Facebook
  • Outraged members canceled their accounts or created online petitions
  • On Wednesday, Facebook reviewed user “feedback,” and reverted to its old policy

(CNN) — Under fire from tens of thousands of users, the social networking site Facebook said early Wednesday it is reverting to its old policy on user information — for now.

Backlash against Facebook began after a consumer advocate site flagged Facebook’s policy change.

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Be careful what you post anywhere, they will try to say they have right to your content for using their service.

From FaceBook:

Facebook Terms of Use Update

Over the past few days, we have received a lot of feedback about the new terms we posted two weeks ago. Because of this response, we have decided to return to our previous Terms of Use while we resolve the issues that people have raised. For more information, visit the Facebook Blog.

If you want to share your thoughts on what should be in the new terms, check out our group Facebook Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.