Facebook says 100 software developers may have improperly accessed user data

Facebook says 100 software developers may have improperly accessed user data

Facebook said Tuesday that as many as 100 app developers could have accessed user data, which included names and profile pictures, through a programming interface for Facebook groups. At least 11 software developers were confirmed to have accessed the information within the last 60 days, Facebook said in a blog post, though it added that there was ’no evidence of abuse’.

Timothy
Timothy
okawo
okawo 3 months

I think the image is very fitting

SimonR
SimonR 3 months

MSM: Developers may have accessed private information! Also MSM: Epstein isn't a story worth running.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

If anyone at this point is on Facebook they are on out of sheer willfull ignorance or are absolutely okay with anyone doing anything to there private information.

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 3 months

Oh my stats.

Battery Salad
Battery Salad 3 months

If anyone is still using Facebook, I strongly recommend you delete it and walk away. These big tech moguls are some of the worst people out there. Don’t let them make money off of you.

Carol
Carol 3 months

It figures! Making all that $$ causes extreme forgetfulness...right?

Matías Cabrera
Matías Cabrera 3 months

may

Deimantas
Deimantas 3 months

What is the issue? From my understanding this was already public information.

Jane
Jane 3 months

Seems about right.... also.... €pstein didn’t kill himself.

Carol
Carol 3 months

Sold American; to the highest bidder!

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