Re: Facebook not secure
Yes, I believe that in developing countries it may have an advantage that other companies will lack. I also am not as worried about fraud per se, but about their glitchy systems that inadvertantly expose information followed by their "whoops, our bad" attitude about the glitch. Zuckerberg can give all of the interviews he wants, but actions speak louder than words. Currently, Facebook actions say "we've really screwed up in the past, but we're more concerned about our monetization capabilities than with our users' experiences" (i.e. if I "like" a page, I want to see those posts whether or not I "interact" with them; one can't choose to "interact" if not given the post in the first place).