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How Facebook and Other Sites Manipulate Your Privacy Choices | WIRED

How Facebook and Other Sites Manipulate Your Privacy Choices | WIRED

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Privacy Zuckering... when “you are tricked into publicly sharing more information about yourself than you really intended to... Facebook... paid a $5 billion fine for making “deceptive claims about consumers’ ability to control the privacy of their personal data.” ...

“dark patterns,” ... particularly insidious “when you’re deciding what privacy rights to give away... five basic types: nagging, obstruction, sneaking, interface interference, and forced action ... dissonance between Silicon Valley’s grand overtures toward privacy ... tools ... remain filled with confusing language, manipulative design... to leech more data...

Since GDPR ... some consent banners ... no option to say no ... 70 percent ... have some kind of dark pattern ...

greater awareness can give users back some of their control.

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