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Facebook Wants to Live On Your Face

With its new Smart Glasses, the social media giant raises a whole new set of privacy concerns

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If you’re an avid user of Facebook, it likely knows you better than you know yourself. It has access to your data, your friend’s list, your memories, your messages, and a record of everything you’ve ever clicked on, commented on or scrolled past on…




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