Facebook Treats Users Like Colonies

Published on 11 Apr 2021, 11:15
Facebook did not notify 533 million users whose personal information was obtained during a 2019 leak, and does not have plans to do so. Facebook Director of Communications Liz Shepherd claimed data pertaining to more than half a billion users was stolen two years ago, and that the company "found and fixed" the issue back then. The leak reportedly affected users from 106 countries, including 32 million in the US, 11 million in the UK, and 6 million in India. How true is it that a company like Facebook is incapable of securing its users’ data, and what consequences are there for Facebook, if any? We've discussed this with Michael Shannon, a political commentator and Newsmax columnist.

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