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10.03.2018

Has Facebook stopped forcing its “malware scanner” on to users after being busted by Wired?

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Filed under: business, culture, internet, media, publishing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 09.36

3 Responses to ‘Has Facebook stopped forcing its “malware scanner” on to users after being busted by Wired?’

  1. […] signal a welcome change on Facebook. I clicked through to read Jack’s latest post, “Has Facebook stopped forcing its “malware scanner” on to users after being busted by Wired?” and not two full paragraphs into it, this screen popped up, obscuring the […]

  2. […] Has Facebook stopped forcing its “malware scanner” on to users after being busted by Wir… […]

  3. […] have seen, when everyday people complain. It only acts when it faces potential bad press, such as finally ceasing, after nearly five years, its forced malware downloads after I tipped off Wired’s Louise Matsakis about them earlier this […]

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