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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Delete Facebook because your Facebook account is at risk, Brian Acton (WhatsApp co-founder)


#DeleteFacebook following the Cambridge Analytica.
Reports from Cambridge Analytica using Facebook's user information is now clear and almost all social media platform users are urging others to delete Facebook or #BoycottFacebook. Brian Acton, the WhatsApp co-founder has join the action. He left the Facebook company in 2017. WhatsApp was finally bought for about $19,000 in 2014.

He said, We all moved from Myspace and we can do same for Facebook. This is what he tweeted today following the accusations over Cambridge Analytica, using personal data from 50,000,000 Facebook users to influence the US presidential elections in 2016.

Note that Facebook has deleted many political blogs and websites and other categories which it suggest might bring him additional havoc.

Privacy concerns extends beyond Facebook as "your data is being exploited all the times", International Privacy spokeswoman said.

This heavy concern to delete Facebook is personal because the whole world uses Facebook and its the only way to connect to family, friends and our daily business. I think the discussion should intensify on the Facebook security and privacy issue.

There are hundreds of posts on Facebook showing up links to check whether your account is secured or not. Some saying that, if during the check, and you finally end up with a blue remark, know that it was not trespassed, but red signifies your account was touched.

Mark Zukerberg finally talks of monitoring the Apps linked to Facebook, meaning that if they do not respect the standards, they will be permanently banned from Facebook.
He will also ban developers who do not agree to thorough audit.

Kogan who created the App that harvested data from 50 million users mostly in the US has made the Facebook boss a "scapegoat".

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