Meta behaviours

Website MacRumours shares insight into alleged practices of Meta companies Facebook and Instagram when users click links within mobile devices. The inference that the companies have developed a WebKit-based browser that not only tracks you, but can also see that information you’re typing into your browser, including worryingly, passwords and credit cards information.

I’d love to say this shocks, but the tactics of Meta companies shows little regard for user’s privacy and always more concern for how much can they earn from each user’s information garnered. It’s long overdue that governments worldwide stepped in to restrict practices like these and offer us greater protections from companies with little regard for anything other than the almighty dollar.

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