Facebook Wants Users’ NAKED Photos!

Facebook Wants Users’ NAKED Photos!

Facebook has been spying on all its users for years. But now the creepy soical media giant is going on further: Despite its shocking record for leaks, the Zuckerberg/CIA corporation is asking users to submit NAKED photos, “so we can identify revenge porn”.


Despite this, however, the social media giant doesn’t plan to notify victims if an intimate image of them has been shared nonconsensually on the site, according to the Daily Dot.

Instead, the offending images are simply reviewed and removed by a specially trained team of Facebook employees, while the victim largely remains in the dark.

Facebook’s record on leaks and privacy is truly shocking. To give just two examples from last year alone  the firm allowed over 150 companies, including Netflix, Spotify and Bing, to access unprecedented amounts of user data, such as private messages.

Some of these ‘partners’ had the ability to read, write, and delete Facebook users’ private messages and to see all participants on a thread.

It also allowed Microsoft’s search engine, known as Bing, to see the name of all Facebook users’ friends without their consent.

Amazon was allowed to obtain users’ names and contact information through their friends, and Yahoo could view streams of friends’ posts.

And in September 2018: Facebook disclosed that it had been hit by its worst ever data breach, affecting 50 million users – including those of Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.