I don’t feel like they are intentionally being evil. I think google and Facebook fall victim to that mentality described by Ian Malcolm in Jurassic park,“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”They cross lines that they feel comfortable crossing and don’t see why anyone else would have an issue.Anyone else feel that or is it just me?
Few years back one of my FB pages(education comunity for one of the strugling countries in SEA region) was blocked for 5 weeks due to difficulty to confirm my identy. So i was forced to put my real details on personal profile before i can access the busineas page. I endup sending documents as proof over to FB team, but even that took weeks to get it settled. Now if my details are sold on darkweb, how does FB team react on this?
I understand through Gmail, you can access your last 10 sign-ins, and of course we know Google must keep these longer. Does anyone know, perhaps through having to subpoena Google relating to some suspicious activity issue, how long they keep sign-in records (can apply to Gmail or Youtube).