Who thinks that you are cute; find out who is your best friend in facebook; find out your real personality; which of the famous actress do you look like? Who is your secret admirer? – facebookers want to know the answers to these funny questions, even for the purpose of just having fun no matter whether the answers are scientifically true or not. In a world of stress and monotony, facebook gives us a window to breathe out these bold questions, not that we really believe that the answers would be correct.
The question is, isn’t facebook already doing this? The answer is yes, but these apps are run by third parties and there is reasonable doubt whether they would be as careful as facebook in not annoying their clients by selling these profile information to unscrupulous fourth parties, or even to the fifth or sixth parties, where you see more and more spam status and emails after several days of using these apps.
So what would you do if you already have used such apps? You may still continue using these apps at your own risk, just like we are using internet knowing all the risks of viruses and what not! Panic should not take over our joys. Alternatively, you may go to your app setting, and deny/stop the permission that is already given. You may also “report” apps to facebook if you think the app is violating its privacy policies. Wish you a happy facebooking!