Facebook gave NYTimes, others access to private messages
There are so many, many failures here. The NYTimes failed to be careful what access it was requesting; Facebook failed to be limited in what access it was granting and failed to remove that access when the NYTimes closed their feature that used it.
And that's assuming that NYTimes is being honest. Wouldn't such unprecedented, privacy invasive access be a tremendous boon for a company eager to find and publish whatever dirt they can on politicians and other high-profile figures?
This entry was published Tue Dec 25 08:47:20 CST 2018 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2018-12-21 22:52:56.0.