Allie Stuckey: No One Was Concerned About Facebook’s Integrity Until Trump Won

‘They weren’t concerned about Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, but now that Donald Trump is president, he used it as a means to win’

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STUCKEY: "I’m not really surprised by. This and I actually think he is being a little bit too kind about Facebook. Facebook cares about growth not because they care about connectivity or community but because they care about money. I think we have seen that pretty blatantly over the last couple weeks. The way that Mark Zuckerberg became a millionaire. The way that Facebook has a market cap $400 billion is not through farmville it’s through selling our information. They don’t care about user privacy, they don’t care about protecting our data. They have always only been about the bottom line. That’s not really what concerns me though. I have known that for a while. They are open about it in their terms and conditions. What I think is funny about this whole thing I don’t think we would be talking about it if Donald Trump were not president. No one has been that concerned about Facebook’s integrity as it is concerns with politics until it concerned Donald Trump. They weren’t concerned about Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, but now that Donald Trump is president, he used it as a means to win."

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