Facebook Paid Teens $20 to Install ‘Research’ App That Collects Private Data

Facebook Paid Teens $20 to Install ‘Research’ App That Collects Private Data | #TpromoCom #Facebook #Privacy #Apple | If you are thinking that Facebook is sitting quietly after being forced to remove its Onavo VPN app from Apple’s App Store, then you are mistaken.

Facebook continues to push the privacy button of its users.

It turns out that Facebook is paying teenagers around $20 a month to use its VPN app that aggressively monitors their smartphone and web activity and then sends it back to Facebook.

The social media giant was previously caught collecting some of this data through Onavo Protect, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service that it acquired in 2013.

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