This article reflects on the FTC's settlement with Facebook over alleged misuse of Facebook's users' private information in light of the tech giant's recent move to put advertisements, likely containing non-celebrity endorsements, in its users' news feeds. The article also comments on a topically-related lawsuit which alleges that Facebook's use of users' names and likenesses in "sponsored stories" violates a California statute designed to protect individuals' rights of personality.
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You Ain't No Stinkin' Celebrity