Facebook's Messenger App May Be Creepier Than Your Stalker Ex and Here’s Why | E!Online.com | facebook | Scoop.it

If you're part of the majority that use Facebook on a mobile device, you've noticed a few changes lately. That one girl from high school is knocked up, your ex is dating someone new and your aunt has been commenting on your pictures more than usual. Oh, and did we mention the main Facebook app is eventually getting rid of its inbox feature?


Facebook created a separate app for inbox messaging a long time ago and we've tried to hold off as long as possible. Eventually though, people may have to download the Messenger app if they're looking to Facebook on the go. There are already over one billion downloads of the app. Do those one billion know what they've gotten themselves into? Seriously, this s--t is real.


Chances are, we all thought the Messenger app was pretty harmless. Just another app to send text back and forth. We may have thought wrong. According to a roundup by the Huffington Post, some of the app's security terms have the potential to be pretty intrusive.


Since absolutely no one reads those pesky "Terms of Service," it's easy to see how Facebook has gotten away with this for so long. But not today. Not on our watch.


If you've already downloaded the app or are considering it, here are the most insane-sounding breaches of privacy you could be subject to, word for word:


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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc