What the fuck /g/? I know they were doing it discreetly but now Facebook literally shares my info with advertisers? There is no way they could have generated shirts for all last names in the world. My last name must have been run through an image generation script to generate the image...
> inb4 using botnet
I know. I don't share any critical info on it. Just use it for communication..
It's been perfectly well known for years that Facebook share every shred of private info they have about you with advertisers, it's how they make shit tonnes of money on virtually advertising alone. What's most surprising is the fact that you're surprised.
How much do you have to be cucked, before you actually wipe your profile clean, and then perma-close your account?
Does Zuck have to ejaculate in your anus for you to finally realize how much of a whore you are?
I really do not understand this.
I don't share any info on Facebook. My profile is as simple as it gets. The name is just the minimum for me to communicate with grills from college... Some people actually have a life outside of /g/, anon.
>Some people actually have a life outside of /g/, anon.
True, but what happened to actually fucking talking to people? Let me put it this way: if the only way that anyone would talk to you is through Facebook, then you have exactly zero friends.
> Me: Hey guys, anyone down to do something tonight?
> Grill 1: yeah sure
> Grill 2: why not. I'm free :)
> Boy 1: nice idea.. I'll pick you guys up
That's how the combo goes most of the time..
>sharing info with advertisers
Isn't it possible for Facebook/Google/etc. To act as an anonymizing layer between you and advertising agencies?
For instance, Facebook will aggregate your information, and use it to build ad profiles about you. Then, they display ads to you based on tour profile, WITHOUT actually giving the advertising agency any information (except perhaps that they had their ad viewed once).
I'm not saying this is what's happening, I'm just asking if it's possible (i.e. could somebody else do this)