Daniel Bates
Octopber 3, 2012

Facebook is embroiled in a new privacy row after it began selling access to users in order to bolster its profits.

The social networking site is allowing companies to trawl through its 900m users looking for email addresses and phone numbers so it can better target adverts.

The changes mean that if you hand over any details when you buy something – as many consumers do – that company can now track you down on Facebook.

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