Swisher announced via Twitter last Friday that the conversation with Cook will cover everything from Parler’s App Store delisting to the company’s dispute with Facebook-the latter inadvertently handed Cook more ammunition last Saturday.
All 533,000,000 Facebook records were just leaked for free.
This means that if you have a Facebook account, it is extremely likely the phone number used for the account was leaked.
I have yet to see Facebook acknowledging this absolute negligence of your data. https://t.co/ysGCPZm5U3 pic.twitter.com/nM0Fu4GDY8
— Alon Gal (Under the Breach) (@UnderTheBreach) April 3, 2021
If you haven’t heard yet, another huge data breach occurred on Facebook, which included the personal information of more than 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries. The data was published on a hacker forum. In other words, if you have a Facebook account, your data is likely to be exposed by hackers again, including from your phone number to your email address, birthday, full name, and so on.
There is a great danger in leaks like this, that is, hackers and other malicious actors can use this information to try to access your Facebook account, frankly, any other account, and now they have a wealth of information about you. information. For example, they can try to reset your password and use this to bring other mischiefs.
On Twitter, Facebook spokesperson Liz Bourgeois responded to the report about the leak on Twitter and issued a two-sentence statement. This is the old data previously reported in 2019. We discovered and fixed this issue in August 2019.
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In other words, Facebook is responsible for the data of hundreds of millions of users being leaked again (how many times is this already?), but don’t worry, it doesn’t matter-they fixed this problem long ago. It’s not that this will help to eliminate the data leakage in the hands of hackers, but Facebook has done its responsibilities.
- Naturally, many people feel that this response is very unsatisfactory.
- “How to fix it?” someone responded on Twitter. “Obviously, the data is still there.”
- “How can I change my date of birth?” wrote another reply.
- “I like this kind of disdainful reply.”
“You are the communications director of @Facebook, this is your response? Instead, say: “We are deeply sorry that your data was exposed for the second time. Please contact our CS team, we will help you restore and protect your account. “Try harder!”
Needless to say, all of this will help bring more exposure to any Facebook remarks in the expected long and in-depth interview that Cook had with Swisher on Monday. The following are some of the Facebook-related comments that Cook has shared from an upcoming interview, and Swisher has shared these comments.
“All we do is to give users a choice whether to be tracked,” Cook said in a podcast interview, referring to changes in iOS, which will make it more difficult for Facebook to hoard data on what its users do on the web.
“I think it is difficult to oppose this. I have been shocked that their counterattack on this issue has reached this level.” When Swisher continued to ask him that he thought it might affect Facebook’s bottom line, the Apple company The CEO said, “Yes, I don’t follow Facebook. So I don’t know.”
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