New Facebook Advertising Features Bring Privacy to Forefront Again - ABC News

It's been the age-old issue when it comes to Facebook's profits: Your personal information lives on the site and the company makes money off by placing ads based on that information. Yes, it's long been known: Facebook makes money off of you.

But a report in the Wall Street Journal has raised new privacy concerns, suggesting the social network is going even farther to provide users' personal information to its advertisers. According to the newspaper report, Facebook is "selling access to its users" by allowing advertisers to target ads based on users' email addresses and phone numbers.
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