Oh boy, Mark Zuckerberg is having one of his toughest times ever.
There is an online campaign to urge Facebook’s more than 2 billion active monthly users to delete their accounts or the app from their mobile phones.
That’s because Facebook has been plunged into a major data controversy involving another firm called Cambridge Analytica.
Cambridge Analytica is a political data firm which was hired by President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign.
The data firm reportedly gained access to information on 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge and they used it to help the Trump Campaign to identify the personalities of American voters and influence their behaviour.
Since this news broke, Facebook has been taking fire from different sources, including the US Congress that is set to investigate the alleged data breach.
With most users feeling that their privacy agreement with Facebook has been breached, the campaign to get people to delete their facebook account has gained momentum.
Facebook is part of the Big Brother system of control – see Orwell's 1984.
It sells all of your personal data to Governments & Corporations.
It manipulates and censors what you can see and what you don't see online.
It even tries to manipulate your current mood.#DeleteFacebook pic.twitter.com/OFrIX3MYLI
— Ian56 (@Ian56789) March 20, 2018
— Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) March 20, 2018
— Dani Weisel (@danicweis) March 19, 2018
— #ClientState (@jaraparilla) March 20, 2018
Facebook tries to control what you know & what you don't know.
It censors info the Gov & Corporate Establishment doesn't want you to see.
It pushes gov & Corporate propaganda & bullshit as if they were true & not brazen lies.
It tries to turn you into a drone.#DeleteFacebook
— AᗫîＮË ادِٰيَٰـﮧنٍٰ ● (@thelastvking) March 20, 2018
Yeah yeah yeah, We know that some Ghanaians don’t really care about privacy stuff.