Just mere days after a Gizmodo report revealed that Facebook is harvesting two-factor authentication numbers, and a mere few days after an attack on the company’s network has exposed the data of more than 50 million users [Facebook reports second data breach this year], Facebook is ready to release another product that could impede on personal privacy and security.
This new gadget is called Facebook Portal and its goal is to keep users always-on. It is a voice-activated video chat tablet with an always-on microphone and a camera which can detect when you are home. The release of this new innovation may seem ill-timed, but writers from Buzznews thinks this decision has been backed up by data collected by Facebook which points to one reality: we don’t care enough about our privacy to stop using the social media.
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