Social media and it’s dangers to our privacy …. A case of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica
Published On May 29, 2018 » 3242 Views» By Times Reporter » Features
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The students just like many other who have contributed to the growth of this column shares their thoughts on the particular subject.
Facebook is one of the most visited websites on the planet.
The social media giant boasts 1.71 billion active monthly users, from all four corners of the globe. It’s likely you have a Facebook profile yourself, as do your friends and family members.

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