Facebook, home of 'The Hacker's Way,' gets hacked; none of users' personal data compromised

  • Article by: MICHAEL LIEDTKE , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 15, 2013 - 7:05 PM
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smarterthanuFeb. 15, 13 7:20 PM

Wait a minute- what's the point of "hacking" facebook? People voluntarily publish compromising photos and embarrassing information about themselves. If one was worried about about privacy s/he wouldn't broadcast personal info.

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SpaceVikingFeb. 15, 13 8:50 PM

smarter, Maybe they were "ethical hackers" and were trying to delete people's compromising photos?

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BallFourFeb. 15, 1310:23 PM

"The news didn't seem to faze investors. Facebook Inc.'s stock dipped 10 cents to $28.22 in Friday's extended trading." BALLFOUR: Which is well below its IPO price yet leaves it with a PE around 2,000.

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george13Feb. 16, 13 8:02 AM

"none of users' personal data compromised"- Isn't that the very definition of what people do on facebook?

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