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Facebook eavesdropping: What to do

Facebook has just become the latest big tech firm to confirm that external contractors are listening to audio of users’ private conversations. According to a Bloomberg report, Facebook has hired the contractors to listen in to users taking advantage of the audio to text functionality in its Messenger service.

So, what should you do? Facebook users should really know by now that using Messenger for private conversations isn’t very secure. “Facebook already admits to scanning Messenger content such as text, images and links for many reasons so transcribing audio or video content is really just an add on to what they are already doing,” points out Jake Moore, cybersecurity specialist at ESET.

“Micro targeted advertising is their multimillion-dollar business so naturally there may be data within this audio which will add to people’s profile,” says Moore. “However, where this becomes a privacy matter or even grey area is, people wrongly tend to assume that this content is private from all eyes and ears.”

Personally, I don’t use Facebook Messenger at all: Services such as Signal are so much more secure for your daily communication. But is it time to delete Facebook entirely? Perhaps: After numerous hacks and privacy breaches, the Silicon Valley giant has done nothing to show it’s taking good care of your data.

If deleting your account entirely is too much, you could start with the app. Apple has already made a change that stops apps such as Facebook from collecting data in the background as it moves to try and improve user privacy.

If you care about your privacy, ethical hacker John Opdenakker recommends uninstalling the app. “If you still want to use Facebook and Messenger on your phone, at least check the app permissions and switch off access to the microphone if it’s enabled.”

You carry your phone around everywhere and that gives apps such as Facebook access to a lot of data. If you are concerned about that, why not just use it on your desktop instead?

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You enjoy zero privacy currently, whatever app you are using and believe they are safe to be used, like all types of end to end encrypted solutions that should give you the confidentiality you need, all those apps are absolutely not secure. 

You always download an app and let it access all the data on your smartphone.

You permit a cyber weapon in the form of spyware, to legally assault

your most confidential information.

Today in cybersecurity and cyber defense you need to trust “No One”.


Who is the supplier of the hardware device? How do you know if it is 'clean' or has some backdoor in it that connects to the hacker's servers? 


Nobody, make no mistakes about it, no third party is trustable.


You have to trust only yourself.

Give to others the keys to your top classified information?


Believe Nothing.

How comes that NO documents of Russian Oligarchs are ever leaked to the net?

How they secure their classified databases, communications, and file transfers?

Celebs Trust Nobody.

So how Celebs store their most guarded secrets?

How they secure sensitive data transfers?

What Secret App Celebs are using for securing their privacy?



According to a recent Gartner report,

the majority of data breaches and cyberattacks exploit third-party cyber gaps.

50 % of companies experienced a significant data breach through a third-party vendor.


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