"533 million Facebook users' phone numbers and personal data have been leaked online"
rm -rf facebook/ 😒
@fribbledom oh no it’s terrible, a PR nightmare for Facebook, i don’t think they’ll recover this time, I’m sure the company leaders are red with shame, public authorities will want an enquiry and there will be consequences /s
@fribbledom The final paragraph contains: "Individuals signing up to a reputable company like Facebook are trusting them with their data and Facebook [is] supposed to treat the data with utmost respect," Gal said.
And in my head that's followed by "And I mean the word 'reputable' in the broadest POSSIBLE interpretation of the term."
Well at least the hacker kinda open-sourced it so that's... a social move I suppose, compared to selling it.
@fribbledom and of course, struggling to delete account now. Of course... I didn't use it anyway, but just like FB to make it hard to do.
@fribbledom In the words of facebook: If you post it on facebook, you giving up your rights on privacy.
@fribbledom but even must of the people do not care about it, its like, omg, I will change my facebook's password.
@fribbledom better said "leaked" in fact i think this is the way this lame person called Zuckerber make money. He probably sells personal information of their users and make a lot of money
@fribbledom the joke I have with this breach is that, because it happened before I joined, my data won't be leaked until next year!
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