Bad News for 14 Million of Us

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It’s probably just coincidence, but Facebook is the headliner in the latest social-media scandal sheet just as we were giving Zuckerberg & Company the benefit of the doubt (see the tout below). It would appear that the privacy of 14 million subscribers has been compromised due to the latest online SNAFU.  A software bug reportedly displayed their posts publicly even if they had intended to share them only with friends or a smaller audience.  Good thing Mom doesn’t have a Facebook account.  Trouble is, Mom does have an account and checks it hourly, since not having one in this day and age is akin to not having fingerprints. The glitch reportedly lasted for 10 days in May — enough time, presumably, to have caused at least a few of those affected some embarrassment if not their jobs. Facebook has begun notifying those who were outed, but probably not the old-fashioned way with a phone call. Can you imagine receiving such a call — from a human, that is? It would be a public relations coup for the offending company, but the time and effort required would be equivalent to solving the Tower of Brahma puzzle.

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none June 8, 2018, 5:24 am

The man that took a selfie along with a train accident just recently ‘says it all’.

‘Change’ in any direction is very difficult for the masses, this one will not be any different.

“Having an excessive or erotic interest in oneself and one’s physical appearance”.or a ‘narcissistic’ is a place an extreme in any society. FB and the entire social media stocks are a reflection of what the world is today.

The road back from the extreme will have a field day with such towards value.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-44356361

Have a great weekend Rick.



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