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Facebook Privacy, Deontology and Utilitarianism Name Subject Teacher Date Facebook Privacy, Deontology and Utilitarianism Any issue concerning Facebook concerns virtually everyone who has a Facebook account. One of the issues is that when the more than 1 billion users of Facebook post pictures and messages on the site, they unknowningly share information with advertising companies without their consent.
Nowadays, according to Rosenblatt (2012), “All of your Facebook activity and data will be available to the advertisers who use the network.” This clearly means a breach of privacy and thus, not only can advertisers use a user’s personal data but this data may be used maliciously by certain people or organizations who either sell illegal products and who can deliberately cause violence or harm towards a particular user or any random user. Indeed, if this is the case then it must be dangerous to even post anything on Facebook since the company might not be able to exactly trace where the information goes and who sees it. Moreover, there is indeed danger if one freely exposes private information over Facebook for some individuals might use this information for their own malicious motives, not to mention that anyone on Facebook or on any other social networking site might be able to gain access to it by mistake, and may either make fun of such information or “simply know” it without the knowledge and permission of the user. ...
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