Up to 50m Facebook accounts attacked, and the company once again apologises and says "your security and privacy are really important to us" 🤦‍♂️ bbc.co.uk/news/technology-4568

For those interested in what was broken, it was the "View as..." tool. A vulnerability was used by malicious hackers to hoover up user data that would otherwise have been private.

If you're still using Facebook even after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, maybe you should stop!

That being said, not having a Facebook account sadly doesn't protect you from their data leaks.

Friends & family that continue to use it are still feeding the beast. Also, they buy data on people from brokers like Experian and create shadow profiles based on their automated systems.

It continues to annoy me that regulators haven't been tougher.

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