Facebook joins The Linux Foundation as a platinum member
zdnet.com/article/facebook-joi

So it basically means that Facebook is now a board member in the Linux Foundation.

The personal data that collects is also available to Facebook
theguardian.com/technology/201

I like how the article ends:
"You can switch to a more private messaging service, like [] or [], which doesn't rely on an advertising-based business model[and must be libre software]. *Or you can keep calm and carry on using WhatsApp and Facebook - at least, until the next outrage arises.*"

Facebook chat censorship.
Facebook has developed a chat system for coworkers which allows the company to censor words of their choice. For instance, "unionize".
theintercept.com/2020/06/11/fa

"No, Facebook is not telling you everything" ~ Privacy Internationals

privacyintyqcroe.onion/long-re

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Google Play apps with 470k installs can log in to your Facebook and Google accounts

A smorgasbord of activity, including bank fraud, theft of personal data, and ransomware.

arstechnica.com/?p=1651885


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