I put all my personal Facebook data on eBay
Everyone else’s making money off it, so why shouldn’t I?
Bidding starts at £0.99 and ends Sunday.
Sell it to advertisers or whatever you want.
- Every like, post, and inane comment since I was 16.
- Photos dating back to when I had a fringe and listened to Billy Talent.
- Videos dating back to when my band played gigs at kids play centres.
- A list of things I’m apparently interested in, including ‘Gluten-free diet’, ‘Jessie Ware’ and ‘Project management software’.
- Stats on how many happy birthdays I got, year by year.
- All my friend requests that got ignored.
- Every party invite I’ve ever had (all three of them).
- Loads more, like who I vote for, my boss’s name, and where all my family live.
What’s Not Included
- Permission to steal my identity and open a sweat shop.
Money’s going to the Electronic Frontier Foundation who support online privacy and such.
Download and sell your own data with Facebook’s download tool.
UPDATE: The highest bid before they got to it
eBay removed the listing because it might go against Facebook’s Terms and Conditions.
My mistake, I was under the impression I owned my personal data.
Luckily, you can now buy an excerpt of my personal data
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