Facebook again. Plus or minus 20 million.

“Facebook Details Data Breach,” The Wall Street Journal, October 13, 2018 B1.  Data exposed between July 2017 and September 2018.  But thankfully only affected 30 million users, not the 50 million users originally feared.  It only took 2 days to stop it after it was discovered.  A flaw in the computer code opened a door.

The decrease in the number of affected users was reported in a blog post.

Does this mean that a defective product was released into commerce?  So who pays how much to whom?

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