On this episode of the Christopher Scott Talk Show Podcast:
Imagine a retail store opening the doors Monday morning and saying to thousands of its customers, without any particular reason or explanation, you are no longer welcome here and we aren't going to allow you into the store. That's exactly what Amazon did. If a retail store did it there would be protests but for some reason since it's online people accept it.
Then there's Facebook. Facebook is supposed to be a community hangout place. Now, imagine it were a physical place and the place you visited to hang out with friends and family kept very detailed information about you. When you came, when you left, how long you stayed, who you talk to, what you say and a whole lot more. And, not only do they keep all this information they give it away to other people. If this happened in a physical location it would be a violation of federal wiretapping laws. So why is Facebook allowed to get away with it? And, just because you're not on Facebook doesn't mean they aren't collecting data about you because they are.
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