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Facebook does it again to cap off a terrible year in 2018

So we come to the end of 2018, and just as we attempt to close it off, Facebook does it again, another 6.5 million photographs exposed.  So would you continue to trust Facebook or even Google at this rate?

https://www.wired.com/story/facebook-photo-api-bug-millions-users-exposed/?CNDID=48488471&CNDID=4848...

 

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Re: Facebook does it again to cap off a terrible year in 2018


@Caute_cautim wrote:

  So would you continue to trust Facebook or even Google at this rate? 


Continue?

 

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Re: Facebook does it again to cap off a terrible year in 2018

Well today it Google in the black list as will due to their search algorithms bypassing name suppression on a New Zealand court case.   Ah well it was the algorithm, but someone wrote it and and let it loose, therefore the responsibility still lies with the human being. 

 

Engage brain at all times.

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/109314499/grace-millane-google-breaks-name-suppression-in-mass-emai...

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

Newcomer I

Re: Facebook does it again to cap off a terrible year in 2018

Google highlighted an ass of a law, where a judge denied name suppression and the weasel lawyer triggered a default 20 day appeal of the decision. Name suppression where there should be none.

 

Google is a search provider and I for one and tired of them censoring conservative voices. I prefer duck duck go as they keep the searches un-censored