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Facebook face more privacy issues

Facebook privacy issues

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It looks as though Facebook is facing further problems with member's private messages being liable to posting online:

 

http://www.alphr.com...urce=newsletter


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Facebook is no more secure now because of advertising and they are selling users private data to marketing agencies and brands also. 


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Their platform is so big and also there API's are integrated into many third-party apps so its hard to make sure the security from each corner, But Facebook should take things more seriously now. 


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I agree. We should be extra careful when it comes to disclosing an important topic or information, not just in Facebook or any other social media platforms. 

 

It looks as though Facebook is facing further problems with member's private messages being liable to posting online:

 

http://www.alphr.com...urce=newsletter


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Nothing good is coming from using facebook nowadays.
They completely lost trust to their security.
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Facebook should take things more seriously now.


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