Facebook is rolling in another app that has Consumer Watchdogs around the globe concerned for its invasion into users’ personal information. The app, “moments”, is undoubtedly useful as it collects and organises photos based on where you’ve been, and who you’re with using facial recognition software on the photos on your phone. What has the Consumer Watchdogs raising eyebrows however is how this personal information can then be synced and shared to others and accessed more broadly on the internet – without users’ permission. It seems social media outlets can, and will, continue to take advantage of the significant black hole in Australia’s privacy laws. For the full run-down check out this article on The Conversation here.