TAURUS: Stay away from Facebook because you are going to see a post from an ex or an almost that makes your stomach drop with disappointment.
“I have a friend who is a stripper. Started seeing her clients in her recommended friends.”
The first time we broke up, it was 2015 and I wanted to be a writer.
“It is not always easy, but it should NEVER be painful.”
Apparently he and his prom date thought it was so ingenious they posted it on Snapchat, where, unsurprisingly, people were pissed.
“I promise to do better for you” sounds a little hollow when it’s followed up by another discovery that Facebook has violated our trust. But realistically, what did anyone expect?
Maybe it doesn’t conquer ALL. But when you find it, and it’s true, it can bring you a peace that’s matched by nothing else.
Zuckerberg has claimed that the Cambridge Analytica case has been a “major breach of trust.”
We’ve made jokes about the FBI men watching us from our webcams, complain about Facebook listening into our conversations for advertising means, and even discuss the fact that maybe 1984 wasn’t so far off with the whole Big Brother thing. Still, we don’t seem to understand the extent of just how closely companies monitor our behaviors, but we’re finally starting to really grasp how they’re using this information.