Serious privacy issues, altering and abusing of user accounts by the company, misleading ads in both the basic functions and especially within games.
Website continues to track you even AFTER you leave the site, for marketing and advertising purposes.
USE WITH EXTREME CAUTION
- Clicking on side ads leads you to untrusted websites.
- Many applications collect your personal data without specifying.
- Facebook collects cookies and shares your info with third parties, like ads, as if how would they know your location to display local ads?
If Facebook believes that a consumer it has invited to use its service has violated any of the terms and conditions of use policy, then Facebook is ethically, if not legally, obligated to inform that consumer of the specific term or condition the consumer is alleged to have violated. Facebook must also show that the violation is real and provable. Otherwise, it will appear that Facebook is using the alleged violation to practice arbitrary and unjust discrimination and engage in a wrongful denial of access.
A few weeks back a gaming group that has lots of kids on it was spammed with ads for sex toys.
I personally reported the post and the response was that it was deemed to be acceptable. I know facebook allows advertising, but surely adult toys on a gaming group with mostly kids cannot be deemed acceptable?