With all of the hullabaloo surrounding Facebook storing and sharing its user's data, people are getting understandably angry at the social media network, and it's easy to understand why.
There's, of course, the scary thought of everything you've ever shared, posted, messaged, liked, being tracked for businesses to find a way to turn a profit on you. Or a government agency somehow using that data against you in the near future. It's probably the best tool in blackmailing anyone who ever runs for political office, ever.
"Oh so you like to watch Scooby Doo parody porn? Would be a shame if the American people knew about that, Senator..."