Perhaps you are so angry with Facebook and not the government because, as Molyneux has argued, the government is the parent who can do no wrong and Facebook is the sibling you’re trained to hate.
Why Are People More Scared of Facebook Violating Their Privacy than Washington? – Hit & Run : Reason.com
This grasp of managing outrage is what makes our government’s lack of transparency so insidious. Even though the government has admitted that it has violated the Fourth Amendment at least once in its warrantless wiretapping, the outrage is limited to privacy and civil liberties circles precisely because the secrecy keeps the public from even knowing what these violations actually mean.