Whom do you trust?

“Facebook Fires ‘Stalker’ Security Employee,” The Wall Street Journal, May 3, 2018 B1.  A self-described professional stalker employed by Facebook abruptly fired after apparently accessing private Facebook user data of a woman he met on Tinder.

Facebook CSO says,”‘It’s important that people’s information is kept secure and private when they use Facebook.'”  Then why did they put it on Facebook?

Seriously, though, how do you protect yourself from employees with special-level access to information from misusing that access?  Who monitors the monitors?

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