"Maybe you don't care about the fact that a no-charge The company's data extraction goes out of your way to protect your privacy, and yet you have nothing to hide, "Cardozo wrote in an op-ed in October 2015, published in the San Jose Mercury News." Facebook counts on it; The business model relies on our collective confusion and apathy for privacy. It's wrong, both in terms of ethics and law. "
Recently, EFF published a criticism in December 2018 of recently released Facebook information, titled" New Documents Shows Facebook Has Never Earned Your Trust. "
A Facebook spokesman declined to make Cardozo available for an interview on Tuesday Cardozo confirmed the move via social media.
Cardozo will be joined by the Open Technology Institute alum Robyn Green, who announced on Tuesday Tuesday that she would leave the tech privacy advocacy group – where she also served in a law and political role – Participate in Facebook as a privacy manager. Her role will be focused on "law enforcement access and data protection issues. "Green confirmed the tweet and career movement with CNBC on Tuesday.