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  • People self-censor on Facebook for data privacy
  • People self-censor on Facebook for data privacy
    TED (2018) ©
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People self-censor on Facebook for data privacy

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the majority of Facebook users are feeling more concerns about their privacy, with most of them self-censoring what they post. However, with the service seen as too essential to socialising, these concerns haven't led to a mass exodus. 

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