As in the economical savings economy of Kutxa, "Take my data!" He would try to shout for Facebook to pay, but, unfortunately, it will be another scandal with a bigger social giant. This does not seem to prevent fall.
So what did they do at this time?
It turns out that Facebook was secretly making people install "VPN research" to look at the company on a person's phone and web activity. This application worked just like Onavo -Facebook's VPN banned later. Onavo was looking at everything, the applications you use, your web traffic and your data. The recently discovered "research application" was pretty similar to the application under radar.
After Apple banned Onavo, Facebook activated this App, which rewarded adolescents and adults to get access to the phone they wanted. As of 2016, users between 13-35 years will pay $ 20 / month + to pay for their reference fees for their privacy by installing this application. The app will be asked to download users to their Amazon application history pages and submit them. Apple has removed the App Store, but it's still available on Android (I still did not find it).
This is tricky, Facebook was getting permission from the user, but then it's more ethical questions. "Are you 13 years old? Do you really care?", I think people are investigating that Facebook manages younger audiences in the research pool. In Facebook, in 2018, the company seems to be less and less caring about ethics after having scandalous scandal.
If Facebook were in charge of actually using it, scandals would not continue. Mind you, Facebook's business model is advertising and does not adhere to the privacy of any user, if you continue using Facebook, you should be in a hurry to exploit your data in some way.