Jack Yan
Global  |  Leadership  |  Experience  |  Media  |  Videos
Blog  |  Gallery  |  Contact
 
  Follow me on Mastodon Follow me on Twitter Check out my Instagram account Follow me on Drivetribe Follow me on Linkedin Follow me on Weibo Subscribe to my blog’s RSS feed  

 

Share this page




Quick links


Surf to the online edition of Lucire




Add feed


 

The Persuader

My personal blog, started in 2006. No paid posts.



« | »

19.04.2021

Facebook whistleblower gets fired; and a workaround for Meizu Music’s inability to find your SD card

You are currently browsing comments. If you would like to return to the full story, you can read the full entry here: “Facebook whistleblower gets fired; and a workaround for Meizu Music’s inability to find your SD card”.


Filed under: China, design, internet, media, politics, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 10.17

3 Responses to ‘Facebook whistleblower gets fired; and a workaround for Meizu Music’s inability to find your SD card’

  1. […] Facebook whistleblower gets fired; a workaround for Meizu Music’s inability to find your SD ca… on Despite being blatantly obvious, Facebook does nothing about thousands-strong bot nets […]

  2. The latest Facebook drama on my end: REAL people getting permanently locked out after their accounts were hacked, despite recovering, changing passwords, and providing Facebook with ungodly amounts of personally identifying documentation (from driver’s licenses to utility bills).

    My publisher and friend of over 20 years (Vivian Zabel) is one; I have several other friends and authors I know, personally, who have similar horror stories. Facebook punishes the victims, not the hackers.

  3. Jack Yan says:

    Hi Holly, that’s terrible. A few years ago, an acquaintance of mine had her page cloned. The result? Facebook killed her page and allowed the catfish one to stand. It took a lot, lot more protests from her and her Facebook friends (myself included) to have hers restored and the fake removed. That was when I was using it regularly, and she was still seeing a guy I knew, so it must have been pre-2015. In other words, not a lot has changed …
       And as you know, I don’t believe some accounts were hacked at all—Facebook lies. Remember this one?

Leave a reply