"Facebook stores all the data that people share with their buddies, family, business associates and people they sat next to on an airplane once and impulsively friended. And it can use that to allow advertisers to micro-target their sales pitches."
Reading passages like that only serve to remind me that Facebook is little more than a giant focus group, with advertisers watching me from behind the one-way mirror. They’ve been “micro-targeting” me for years and they still haven’t come up with anything remotely enticing in their ads. Great work, creeps.