Last Friday, Facebook just admitted that hackers stole the data of at least 50 million users. Read this useful summary of the latest data breach. Facebook said hackers gained access to those accounts by exploiting several bugs in their code.
It is also believed that any user who uses Facebook to connect to other services, like Spotify, AirBnB, Uber, etc. may have their accounts on those apps infiltrated as well. That's serious!
If you saw our founder's video in August, we hope you followed his advice: do not use Facebook to connect to other services; just make a new account!
Convenience is an addictive drug. Less convenience often buys you more privacy and more data security.