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Facebook Wants to Know Why You’re Self-Censoring Your Posts

Facebook Wants to Know Why You’re Self-Censoring Your Posts:

In their article, Das and Kramer claim to only send back information to Facebook that indicates whether you self-censored, not what you typed. The Facebook rep I spoke with agreed that the company isn’t collecting the text of self-censored posts.

Rather undermines the suggestion of most of the post then. WHY ARE WE SO SCARED OF TECH COMPANIES TRYING TO UNDERSTAND US?

Facebook Wants to Know Why You’re Self-Censoring Your Posts:

In their article, Das and Kramer claim to only send back information to Facebook that indicates whether you self-censored, not what you typed. The Facebook rep I spoke with agreed that the company isn’t collecting the text of self-censored posts.

Rather undermines the suggestion of most of the post then. WHY ARE WE SO SCARED OF TECH COMPANIES TRYING TO UNDERSTAND US?

By Max Tatton-Brown

Max Tatton-Brown is founder and MD of Augur, and has written for publications including the Guardian, Sifted and TechCrunch.

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