The social networking site Facebook has been making waves recently.
The social network has been gaining traction due to its simplicity and ease of use.
But some are skeptical of the social network and the way it can be used to sell advertising and other services.
Websites that are popular with the social networking community have recently come under fire for not offering sufficient privacy settings or the ability to share their information with the public.
And some are now asking, are we really paying Facebook to sell us advertisements?
Facebook has made it a priority to make its advertising platform easier to use.
However, some are questioning how Facebook can be considered a trustworthy social network.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg argued that Facebook does not provide advertisers with the same level of privacy that other social networks do.
Sandberg, who joined Facebook in 2014, also said that Facebook will soon roll out a feature that will allow people to opt out of Facebook ads by saying that they do not want them to appear.
However this is not yet available to all users.