Josh Marshall suggests that the Zuckerborg thinks it is a law unto itself.
Several months ago I said that I thought Facebook was destined for a bruising confrontation with Mueller’s Russia probe. I was happy to see that happen. This is an example of why. Facebook operates as though its policies are something like laws and actually should operate like laws. The entire problem stems from the fact that Facebook has created its own set of rules in which it has no liability, no real grounded monetary liability for what is done with your data, who gets access to it or what they do with it.
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