Facebook Data Leak Raises Questions For Users

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 The backlash against Facebook is gathering momentum in the wake of revelations that  data was left unprotected and personal information from 50 million users was misused by a British data consultancy, Cambridge  Analytica. It was then used to target people for political ads.  CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apologized and vowed to improve security of user data.  Users, and their data, are the product for facebook. Did you ever think about the fact that you don't pay to use it and yet its worth nearly 500 billion dollars? Your data is key for marketers.

Guests: 

Brian Krupp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Baldwin Wallace University  
Shaun Kanary, Vice President of Demand Generation, Kuno Creative, Adjunct Professor, Marketing LCCC 
Kevin Anderson, Managing Producer, Digital Media, Ideastream  

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