Most of us already knew this but now the Jew-run company Facebook is just admitting it. They’re saying that all of their 2.2 billion users should just assume that a third party has compromised and scraped their data.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today revealed that all of its 2.2 billion users should assume their public data has been compromised by third-party scrapers.
The source of this vulnerability is Facebook’s search function, which allows anyone to look up users via their email address or phone numbers. Users have to opt into it, via an option that lets their names come up in searches. The security settings have this option on by default.
In a blog post from CTO Mike Schroepfer, Facebook hinted at the scope of the problem:
However, malicious actors have also abused these features to scrape public profile information by submitting phone numbers or email addresses they already have through search and account recovery. Given the scale and sophistication of the activity we’ve seen, we believe most people on Facebook could have had their public profile scraped in this way.
During a call today with members of the press, Zuckerberg confirmed just how open Facebook had left its users:
I would assume if you had that setting turned on that someone at some point has access to your public information in some way.
Zuckerberg clarified, when asked about the 87 million number cited earlier, that it was the number of users potentially affected by Cambridge Analytica. Zuckerberg said he was confident that was the maximum number.
What a mess this is. None of this is unexpected because Facebook is a company run by Jews. You should not trust any company that is run by Jews to safeguard your information.
Facebook’s Jew CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify in front of Congress on April 11th. I’ve previously said there is a good chance he might shit his pants when he testifies. He is an incredibly goofy and awkward individual that doesn’t handle public speaking engagements all that well. The good news for Zuckerberg is that there are companies that make adult diapers. He might want to consider investing in some before he gives his testimony. Here’s some options for him to consider.