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Facebook users may refuse targeted ads

  • Facebook is looking to profit more from its users' personal information but it appears that users might choose to not see such advertisements. 

    "When is enough enough?" Amelia Sawyer, who owns restaurants in Cleveland, said. "It feels like overstepping. And if one giant tech company does it, they will all do it. To me, it's just too close for comfort."

    Another 38-year-old user said it's freaky to allow Facebook to follow all your activities. "But at the end of the day, I have nothing to hide," she said, adding that she wonders "where it is going to stop."

     

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