This is going to be a big part of the future of companies. Facebook is probably the biggest seller of details of their customers but they are not the only ones. Many more exist and what's more, people are largely ok with it just so long as the company is 1) open about it and 2) not too egregious about what private information they give.
There's a service that got a lot of attention last year called moviepass. I subscribe to it, it's an incredibly good deal for what it offers. For 10 dollars a month you can go see any 2d movie in nearly any theater at anytime, up to one per day. The service pays the theater the full price of each movie you go see. This seems like something that is impossible to make profit off of - a subscriber pays $10 a month, goes see potentially 30 movies in that same month, the service pays the theater upwards of $300+. How do they make money? Well because their secondary service is the selling of information about the customer; mostly benign information like what movies they like to see, how often they go to the movies, what theater they usually go to, etc, which lets the advertisers they sell this information to target those specific users. This is common knowledge at this point, and yet, I don't care, the service is great and an excellent deal. Still, it's the kind of thing that I think would have been frowned upon not too long ago, and now it's accepted. It's going to just get more and more common from here.
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Yeah it's a great deal. There are a few caveats though - you can't check in online to reserve a ticket or anything, and you have to buy the ticket the day of, so it can make it difficult to use for big releases opening weekend.
Also there are some theaters that don't accept it. Some AMC theaters refuse to accept it even though at a company level they still are, as far as I know. You also can only use it for your ticket, not anyone elses, so if you're going with a group you have to buy your ticket separately from everyone else's. Lastly it can take a while for the card to come in the mail, took me about 6 weeks to get my card from when I ordered it. Though they don't charge you until you activate the card once you get it. That was back in October though, might be better now.
I don't think any of these are a very big deal, it's worked well for me so far and recommend the service.
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The media profits off ruining Trump, its a two way street. Thing is facebook and those silicon elite types voted for her and supporter her candidacy, while at the same time stabbing her in the back. Its a dick move.