That’s what they said in Court, to a judge.
A lawyer for Facebook argued in court Wednesday that the social media site’s users “have no expectation of privacy.”
According to Law360, Facebook attorney Orin Snyder made the comment while defending the company against a class-action lawsuit over the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
“There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy,” Snyder said.
In an attempt to have the lawsuit thrown out, Snyder further claimed that Facebook was nothing more than a “digital town square” where users voluntarily give up their private information.
Now, who out in the town square of old, sold your PRIVATE information, that you may or may not have willingly divulged, to the highest bidder? The first equivalent I came up with was ye old pickpocket.