Looks like Facebook is the new Microsoft
People hate it as much as they love it. So I wonder if in the future I decide to drop a friend I can claim a hacker did it when I get the inevitable why ain't we friends no more......
The Facebook security gaffes keep coming, with the latest being a bug that allows hackers to delete all of a users' site friends without permission, according to IDG News. The flaw was reported Wednesday by college student Steven Abbagnaro, but some 48 hours later it could still be exploited to delete an IDG reporter's …
For many people, the internet offers a way of communicating with people that doesn't rely on face to face conversation, something which many people find intimidating, especially if they're shy or anxious in real life. Is it not unreasonable to assume that many of these shy people are smart, intelligent and witty?
Yes it is. Most of them are dumb f***s willing to whore themselves out, desperately reaching for a few seconds of internet fame.
With Facebook's attitude towards customers having become like the draconian treatment of students in some public schools that I know, Steven and other reporters of this problem will probably be blamed for causing the problem. If you happen to work for some of the technology companies and have a reported software bug, you might also be required to fix the problem in your spare time, and you won't get a budget for it. Either that, or the company simply won't fix the bug before selling the product to the customers, and the management will blame you for finding it.
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