"Tracked." You know, like prey.
From Business Insider:
A Facebook spokesperson told Gizmodo that the company does not use WiFi data to track locations for ads if a user has "Location Services" turned off, though it does use IP information, and other information like check-ins and the current city on a user's profile, regardless.
"There is no way for people to opt out of using location for ads entirely," the Facebook spokesperson said told Gizmodo.
Everybody has to make a buck. Heck, I've gotten two deliveries this week alone that were purchased from sponsored ads on Instagram. I am, however, a willing participant in all of this. If some don't want to be they should have a better option than, "Well, just don't use Facebook." A happy medium, less totalitarian option might be nice. Most Facebook users haven't figured out that you don't have to use a person's full name when you tag him or her in a post, so it's a fair bet that they wouldn't figure out the opt-out for ad tracking.