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"Facebook has a new mega-leak on its hands"


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Facebook Email Search v1.0 can process 5 million email addresses per day, researcher says.

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Still smarting from last month's dump of phone numbers belonging to 500 million Facebook users, the social media giant has a new privacy crisis to contend with: a tool that, on a mass scale, links the Facebook accounts associated with email addresses, even when users choose settings to keep them from being public.

 

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This comes as no surprise...

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You mean the guy who created Facebook for the sole purpose of "rating" women at his college, allegedly said "Yeah, so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard, just ask. I have over 4000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS. People just submitted it, I don't know why. They "trust me", dumb ****s" and in 2010 said "Privacy is no longer a social norm" wouldn't put much effort into making sure user data is secure and private? I don't believe it.

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57 minutes ago, Andrew said:

You mean the guy who created Facebook for the sole purpose of "rating" women at his college, allegedly said "Yeah, so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard, just ask. I have over 4000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS. People just submitted it, I don't know why. They "trust me", dumb ****s" and in 2010 said "Privacy is no longer a social norm" wouldn't put much effort into making sure user data is secure and private? I don't believe it.

Yes, the same one. 

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