The posts you’re sharing on Facebook may say more about you than you think. A Berkeley-based startup called Five Labs released a tool on Tuesday that analyzes your language and personal information from Facebook and then spits out a map of the qualities that define who you are. Aside from acting as a data-backed personality quiz of sorts, the tool sheds light on what advertisers might see when Facebook sells them your data. While the output of the tool is a fun glimpse at your traits, the quiz itself also provides an interesting look inside the way marketers can batch-skim your Facebook posts to better advertise you.
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