Facebook Privacy: Password Leaks, Bugs, Dodgy VPNs, and Propaganda
Join Christian Cawley and James Frew as they take a look at some of the major privacy issues that have occurred around Facebook in the past six months. Issues such as storing passwords in plain text, exposing your photos, and demanding email passwords from new users have blighted users’ experiences.
Is time to move away from the world-famous social network?
Really Useful Podcast Season 2 Episode 12 Shownotes
As promised in this week’s show, here are the links to the recent Facebook privacy issues we discussed:
- Facebook admits storing passwords in plain text
- New Facebook bug exposes your photos
- Facebook’s VPN controversy
- Daily Telegraph to publish Facebook puff pieces
- Facebook demands email passwords from new users
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