Facebook is rude and arrogant

Facebook is rude and arrogant

It's disingenuous that Meta doesn't ask to use our images.

From June 26, dead, Facebook, which owns Facebook and Instagram, announced that it will use people's photos and posts to train its artificial intelligence service. The company did notify users, but they did not ask for consent beforehand. The process of making a reservation is also complicated. It was leaked by Meta. They should have asked first. It's also rude for the giant company to skip over ease of use that doesn't serve itself.

Dead means They do not need your consent to use your personal data to mine their artificial intelligence (AI). Thus your photos, children's photos, parties, vacations and status updates can be used. It would be natural to ask for permission first, but Mita doesn't do that. Everyone with a Facebook or Instagram account should have received a message saying they can make a reservation. For many, the message has flown under the radar. Not everyone will be able to fill out the protest form either, as the process is not intuitive. Once it becomes “AI food,” it will also not be possible to reverse it. Inga Strömke, one of Norway's leading AI experts, is so disturbed by the practice that she deleted her Facebook account. Deleting is not easy either. Meta flatly rejects that it is not very easy to use. The attitude is very arrogant.

Moreover The Danish Data Protection Authority, the Minister of Digitalization and the Consumer Council are reacting to users' concerns. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority doubts whether this is legal, but Meta responded that it is confident of its legality. Digitalization Minister Karianne Tong (AFP) has requested a meeting with the company to learn more about its AI plans and how it will process applications from individuals. The Consumer Council reports the company to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority for breach of the Personal Data Act.

But it is Is it so serious that Facebook is using your content to clip AI? Most people already agree to allow themselves to be monitored, we are so used to algorithms controlling us. Meanwhile, personal data is a goldmine for technology companies He is the product. Then it's dangerous for one of the biggest companies in the world to use us without bothering to ask first.

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