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Many of you are probably not aware that Facebook is tracking more information about you than you think. I find it a bit ironic that so many people were really upset with the NSA for collection of personal information on people.
However, people don’t realize that the very same applications they are using on their own mobile device are collecting the same (if not more) personal/private information. Take for example, Facebook – there is a a feature that tracks your location and keeps a history of the places you visit each day.
This feature is enabled by default and can be disabled. However, the point is that the several applications installed on your phone