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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.
smarter, Maybe they were "ethical hackers" and were trying to delete people's compromising photos?
"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.
"none of users' personal data compromised"- Isn't that the very definition of what people do on facebook?
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