Facebook admits they are violating your privacy by monitoring who you are friends with and what you talk about. They claim that they only monitor at-risk behavior with a  very low false-positive rate. How do you feel about this? 

As Elliott Morgan and Joe Bereta explain in the video below, high risk activities that Facebook monitors include being friends with people that you don't share mutual friends with, being friends with someone much older or younger than you, and talking to someone you normally don't talk to on Facebook. They also scan your chats and posts.

Is this good for our security in our communities and across the nation? Let us know what you think in the comments below.