How Facebook exposed us as freaks

Face it, social networking sites are tracking what you do and buy--and your profile may not be what you expect.

Face it, in November users found out that Facebook was tracking their purchasing history through vendors like Fandango and Travelocity. Plus, Beacon was sending lists of where we'd been and what we'd bought. Facebook admitted defeat and promised to behave. But the bottom line is that just about everything you do is tracked--and there's not much you can do about it.

Read the full Wired story: "How Facebook exposed us all as freaks"

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