Over the past few days, Facebook's PR people have been acting like a leak of 553 million users personal data was no big deal/old news. A crisp explanation from @KarlBode, laying out why Facebook's spin isn't exactly...honest. vice.com/en/article/7k95qg/f…

5:39 PM · Apr 5, 2021

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Do they think this not serious just because the data was 2 years old? Who here has changed their email birthdate or phone in the 2 years?🙄
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It's not leak and it happened in 2019. Since then it was on sale several times and also was published several times. So ... it was big deal then. In 2019. Owners of those data have even more, that's for sure. This is just teaser. But it's geting old. Too old.
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I never joined it, for the same reason. Also I have a very strict use of the term friend.
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I just assume that all my data is leaked
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I can check here haveibeenpwned.com/
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