>spokesperson for Mark Zuckerberg's tech giant told us.
>"We found and fixed this issue in August 2019."
No. You haven't fixed 'this issue'!
You fixed a little side-issue on your poxy surveillance site.
*The* Issue, is that half a billion users' data has been compromised because of your immoral, unethical business model, which is based on:
(i) extreme surveillance by a private company;
(ii) enabling the most horrific content (*) to be disseminated to help make your huge profits. (If it brings in money, it's fine).
*That* is The Issue.
Live streaming of massacres, torture and killing (of humans and animals), suicide facilitation, child abuse... and on, and on...
All protected by Section 230 in a way that would result in conventional media publishers going out of business and their leaders being jailed.
And, yes, you *are* a media publisher. You select and censor as suits you. That is editing. Publishing.
Some of your policies have a strangely US-ian flavour. (Not all US-ians, obviously, but the hypocritical prudish variety)
E.g. Guns and killing are just fine and dandy. Torture is 'freedom of expression'. But show a nipple, even one involved in breast-feeding, and you have cross FB's Morality Line.
Zuck you, Phuckerberg!