You Are Not a Customer of Facebook, But Their Cattle.

Every day billions of users make the same mistake.

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People think they are the costumers of mass and social media.

This error is not only extended but renewed by the belief that social networks exist to serve us.

But we are not the customers of social media. We are, ultimately, their cattle.

Former 5-Star airline specialist, creator of https://expatriateconsultancy.com and the podcast https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-expatriate-consultancy

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Levi Borba

Levi Borba

Former 5-Star airline specialist, creator of https://expatriateconsultancy.com and the podcast https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-expatriate-consultancy

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