Facebook’s leaders seriously discussed selling access to user data — and privacy was an afterthought.

Facebook’s leaders seriously discussed selling access to user data — and privacy was an afterthought.

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Leaked internal Facebook documents show that the plans to sell access to user data were discussed for years and received support from Facebook’s most senior executives, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg.

Facebook’s woes continue as recent filings show a provision made for up to $5 billion in fines from the FTC for privacy violations, the revelation that not only millions Facebook user’s passwords were stored in plain text but Instagram users too. If you have not already changed your passwords for these apps do so now!

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15 Months of Fresh Hell Inside Facebook

Facebook Stored Millions Of Passwords In Plain Text—Change Yours Now

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