In a recent article, the Washington Post outlines how deeply ingrained Facebook has become to parts of people’s everyday lives, even if they don’t actively use the platform. According to the Post, Facebook trackers are built into 61 of the 100 most popular smartphone apps, and their trackers watch what you do on 25 percent of websites.
In an article titled “There’s no escape from Facebook, even if you don’t use it,” the Washington Post outlines just how deeply Facebook has become ingrained in the everyday lives of most people. Even those that don’t use the platform are not safe from Mark Zuckerberg’s prying eyes.
The Post spoke to a woman named Megan Borovicka who joined Facebook in 2013