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Facebook Privacy Policy Change 2016: Sells UK User Profiles to USA

You might have noticed while scrolling on your Facebook timeline status several posts about a Facebook privacy policy change to publicize all users private content and how to protect yourself by copy and pasting the status. Just recently, a rumor has spread across the social media giant of a Facebook privacy policy change through a... The post Facebook Privacy Policy Change 2016: Sells UK User Profiles to USA appeared first on TGD - The Gamer's Drop - Gaming News.
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