Uh, no, it doesn’t.
The presentation is a useful tool for informing young people exactly why Facebook works so hard to get young people to love Facebook. A call for action, it is naive (right up there with the perennial freshman comp thesis statement, “Advertisers should stop hurting women’s self-esteem by publishing images of idealized women”), and when judged by the standards of journalism, it is alarmist and one-sided.
Yes, young people should know why corporations want their personal information.
Sorry, but you can’t put the real you on Facebook if you want to protect your privacy.