WhatsApp and Facebook Sell your data.They do this to other companies so they can show more personalized advertisements. In addition, they offer to make commercials for companies (WhatsApp as far as I don’t know, but it doesn’t surprise me if they do that in a matter of years). If you want to read more about this:
Why is there so much fuss about Facebook when it comes to showing commercials?
That has to do with a number of points.First, the data that Facebook has stored is not so very highly encrypted (encrypted) (this is based on the assumption that hackers are behind user data from Facebook). So if people/hackers get access to the database, they get the data of a large number of visitors (and that’s a lot of data). It should be said that passwords are probably well encrypted (encrypted), so they are still almost not to be determined (because this is always only 1 side to happen).
The following problem is the big of Facebook and the large amount of data they have.Often they know more about people than their family of their know. They are also not completely transparent in the way they collect your data. For example, they have saved some time phone calls (I don’t know if they still do that). For instance, it wouldn’t surprise me if they also save other data like your location (and therefore your walking route/cycle route/ect.). You can hardly imagine how much data Facebook has about a number of people.
The next problem of Facebook is the transparency about how they collect your data and about data theft.At the moment you are not transparent, you will get a scandal when you find out how to become data. Partly because Facebook does not always want to abide by the law and that also requires that the methods that break the law are not publicly known. Things that are covered include the illegal reconciliation of data.
Facebook uses the data for political purposes, so Facebook has adopted money from Cambridge Analytica during the US elections, to put advertisements on the website for political purposes.This is another Facebook scandal again. Although this is not directly the fault of the Facebooks, this is an important reason why we are opposed to collecting data on a large scale.
It is now true that Facebook needs money to maintain its platform and Facebook has opted for data sales and advertisements, rather than alternatives such as donations and cryptocurrency mining.Although I have to admit that donations are unstable and mines of cryptocurrencies is certainly not advantageous at that time and costs extra computing power. If you are very worried about the data that Facebook has stored about you, you can always delete it thanks to the EU.
If there are any questions then you can ask them in the comments and then I will answer them.