During the last year FB had a ruff time after Cambridge Analytica data scandal wen third party company harvested sensitive personal data from millions of platform users profiles. But what seemed to be an “accident” might be a company's hidden agenda. The fact that after early 2018 scandal millions of Facebook users left it did not “teach” or force company to change. As “The New Yorker” wrote: “Facebook’s biggest problem is declining morale.” And it seems internet monster could not stop. On December New York Times wrote: “For years, Facebook gave some of the world’s largest technology companies more intrusive access to users’ personal data than it has disclosed”. Today the best recommendation on how to protect yourself and company data is to be extra careful sharing any information with Facebook. More watch that other companies do not have access via FB platform to your personal profile. In last year PayPal started literally push users to send money using Facebook Messenger and it does it the way it is easy to miss the time you agreed to that “promoted” service. Just recently media giant has a deal with Android.