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Say what? It really is two steps forward and one step back for Facebook. It's becoming increasingly clear that Facebook has never faced a scandal like the one it's currently fighting through. Revelations over the weekend about its reckless sharing of user data sent its stock price plunging on Monday, and fresh calls for regulations on the social media network are looking more real than ever. Having become a ubiquitous communications action service, Messenger is widely used by lots of people and businesses.
But, while they are end-to-end encrypted, you need to make the conversations Secret after that is enabled. So, those intimate images and messages you may have sent might be in the hands of the censors at Facebook if their systems have flagged them. So far Facebook has proven itself to be a toxic organisation with a toxic culture and utter disregard for its users.
My friend tapes up the camera on their phone. Another the camera on their laptop. If the NSA wants to watch me naked, more power to them. Social engineering is real, and will bite us hard. Gr8 distraction but ppl Nd to get real.
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Anthony Caruana Published 3 years ago: April 5, at pm - Filed to: facebook feature messenger privacy. Cambridge Analytica Scandal: This Time, Facebook Really Screwed Up It's becoming increasingly clear that Facebook has never faced a scandal like the one it's currently fighting through. About the Author. Anthony Caruana Posts. Share this Story. Get our Newsletter Subscribe.
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