- Facebook's latest security blunder is mind-blowingly serious, and it would not be unjust for the company to have many billions wiped off its value.
- Losing personal information of up to 50 million people is bad enough, but also risking people's accounts with sites like Tinder, Airbnb, or Spotify was an outrageous error.
- Like other tech giants, Facebook decided a while ago that having all your social-media information wasn't enough - it wanted to know what you were up to on other sites too.
- It showed last week it couldn't be trusted with that information, and users should leave in droves.
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