Check your inbox, Papa Zuckerberg wants your opinion.

5 Dec


Don’t worry. He probably won’t take it into consideration. Like any good parent, however, he wishes to give the appearance of choice.

But in case you care, here’s what Penny thinks:

If you want to complain about your personal information being sold to advertisers, fine. Be prepared to pay a fee for Facebook in the near future. If, however, you would like to be able to continue using Facebook and other social networking sites for free, please become aware of the standard business model and the necessity of paying employees to maintain the site on which you waste so much time posting status updates about how the universe now has access to the personal information that you chose to give it in the first place.


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