New York, NY - Sure. Take that quiz about which hair-metal band is your spirit animal.
Share a few snaps of your toddler at the beach and watch the likes pile up.
Comment on that pointed political opinion from the classmate you haven’t seen since the Reagan administration.
Just remember that your familiar, comforting online neighborhood — the people you care about most and those you only kinda like — exists entirely on a corporate planet that’s endlessly ravenous to know more about you and yours.
On a day when our virtual friends wrung their virtual hands about whether to leave Facebook, a thoroughly 21st-century conundrum was hammered home: When your community is a big business, and when a company’s biggest business is your community, things can get very messy.
You saw that all day Tuesday as users watched the saga of Cambridge Analytica unfold and contemplated whether the chance that they had been manipulated again — that their data might have been used to influence an election — was, finally, reason enough to bid Facebook goodbye.
Not an easy choice.
After all, how would Mom see photos of the kids?