Latest fiasco caps a year of "reckoning" for the social network, experts tell TheWrap
"We have a responsibility to protect your data. And if we can't, then we don't deserve to serve you," Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said.
That wasn't on Wednesday, however, one day after a damning report from The New York Times revealed the social network provided hundreds of companies privileged access to user information, including giving Spotify and Netflix the ability to read and even delete private messages.
No, that Zuckerberg quote was from March, after Facebook was rocked by the Cambridge Analytica data leak -- where up to 87-million users had their profiles unwittingly accessed by the political data firm. That marked the first of sev...
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