The real issue here is data ownership. A news story from The New York Times is freely accessible to anyone, and if someone takes that story and tries to make money off of it, we all acknowledge this is stealing. Yet if Facebook takes your words, location, and preferences and sells them, this is not (yet) considered theft. Why not?

Big facts.

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