Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

Police WARN Facebook Users To STOP Using Reactions For One SCARY Reason.

We know that it's used this way (particularly for Facebook to get ad revenue), but what's the big problem for the police?

In the article, they wrote "That [it] will help Facebook find the perfect location, on your profile, allowing it to display content that will arouse your curiosity but also to choose the time you present it. If it appears that you are in a good mood, it can deduce that you are more receptive."

We know that it's used this way (particularly for Facebook to get ad revenue), but what's the big problem for the police?

So how can you push back?

According to the Belgian police, all you have to do is be careful what you click on and "react" to.

So how can you push back?

It all sounds kind of intense, but should you be worried?

Using methods of targeted advertising (and collecting personal data) is kind of what the Internet is all about these days. It's not just Facebook, either.

It all sounds kind of intense, but should you be worried?

So if you like to use the reaction buttons, go ahead.

And if not, don't! Either way, your user experience is really up to you.

So if you like to use the reaction buttons, go ahead.

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