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Everything was kept “hush hush” style in Facebook for years. Cases were settled in secret. Long history of confidential settlements. How do you feel about this? Disappointed? Betrayed? How could they do this for you and your family members and your friends? It’s awful!
A reliable source said that that scandal went on for years and years. It was not a recent breach. It’s a complete cooperation between FB management and different other foreign parties. It was rather an agreement on that breach, which made it so painful to even imagine how making easy money justify all actions, but that was not a small amount of money. It’s billions of dollars!
The other serious point was about duplicating the FB users’ accounts, which was never mentioned or explained, although many FB members complained and asked about it. It was never answered but it existed and seen online.
Apologizing for what happened definitely is not enough. Therefore, class action cases have started against FB & its affiliates by the users as well as by the shareholders. I think this will end up FB coz people completely lost their trust in that social media model.
The justification for that unethical act was lame, and the apology hurt rather than help. Chinese investors claimed loss after gaining billions of the info that were sold to their businesses. Scam! Their stand is to win no matter what occurred to users it is none of their business. Legal or illegal, it’s business! 🙄
You know that it will be more than hundreds of class actions coz too many parties involved not only the investors or the stockholders but hundreds of unseen contributors.
The least you can do is to deactivate your account on FB, just until you know the extent of damage that you’ve been exposed to, or until you’re compensated for some of your losses:
To deactivate your Facebook account:
- Click at the top right of any Facebook page.
- Select Settings.
- Click General in the left column.
- Choose Manage your account and then scroll down to click Deactivate your account.
I wonder if any class action will return back any part of what was stolen from you, your family, or your friends, but may be the government can find a way to get you what you lost in years of illusions online!
Until we chat again, your comments will be greatly appreciated, we always like to hear from you, and to have you get involved in our talk, with our hugs and kisses ❤
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