Facebook’s approach towards user data and security has been raising a lot of burning questions of late. The social network’s trusted legacy took a major hit when it was exposed for influencing political opinion during the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The company claimed it was a huge oversight and Facebook Founder & CEO Mark Zuckerberg event testified in front of the US Congress multiple times to apologise and promise a more user-focussed, safe environment on the platform. However, the Cambridge Analytica data leak incident was only the beginning and a pandora’s box of security issues emerged in the months that followed. Facebook was also caught sharing user data with other third-party apps and device makers like Huawei, Lenovo, Oppo and TCL. Another security bug on Facebook recently made all private posts visible publicly. The company's incompetence to tackle the fake news issue effectively also did not help.
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