Facebook to the carpet?

"Although Zuckerberg has assured in recent days that in the company are examining all the contracts signed over the years with the apps on the social network to understand who and when he would give "user information" to third parties, the attention seems to be once again on the details: Facebook - maintains the privacy expert Woodrow Hartzog - «has built an incredibly profitable model, but at the same time incredibly fragile to exploit». 
Beyond the intentions of the founder,It is precisely the system that supports Facebook - a huge amount of personal data that can be easily exploited by companies for commercial purposes through an opaque system - to have transformed, as the sociologist Zeynep Tüfekçi wrote, the social network into a "gigantic" surveillance machine »."