Data from millions of Facebook users who used a popular personality app, including their answers to intimate questionnaires, was left exposed online for anyone to access, a New Scientist investigation has found.
Idiots who do these online tests, especially on facebook of all places, deserve to have their info stolen.
You can't fix stupid, but you can teach them a lesson in personal responsibility.
I started using FBPurity a while back and it's made my browsing experience so much better. Blocking ads was one thing but filtering out those quizzes and events was a huge saviour.
Stop blaming people for not realizing the scam. I see people use them all the time. It is arrogant to assume that because people are unaware of their malicious nature means that those people somehow deserve to be exploited. Absolutely insane.
Correction, you see SHEEPLE use them all the time. I watch as any prompt by a computer and the SHEEPLE just start filling in data. Name, birth date, mothers maiden name, whatever the machine asks for I fill in.
Joke's on you, I don't have any important information on my facebook account!
I have all my important 100% factual info on Facebook.
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