I was pulling your leg :>) We at FIXYA have no say or input into such things. We are a self help group of people just like you helping other because we can. We only supply information to fix things.
It was Facebook Quizzes wasn't it? I just did some research for you and this is why they have stopped.
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Jul 21, 2017 - Fancy a fun Facebook quiz
? Beware, you're serving up data
that helps a global industry to predict what makes us tick, suggest what we should buy and even ...
Nov 26, 2015 - Much press attention has been devoted to a Facebook quiz
which asked for large swathes of data
in return for a word cloud of your most used words, but do we really need to worry?
Jun 4, 2017 - Just like the example previously mentioned, developers of these Facebook quizzes
could use them to access the details listed in your Facebook
profile, including your religion, sl orientation, political affiliation, photos, groups you're ... Like Farming: Data
collection isn't the only thing scammers are after.
Jan 22, 2017 - Initially, I assumed the posts to calculate your (prawn/movie/etc) name was a low grade phishing exercise as it asked you to mix personal data that are often used in security questions (eg first pet name plus mothers maiden name). This is a whole new level, but entirely unsurprising. Facebook
is a data mining
And they also use them for Identity Theft!
Mar 10, 2017 - Those seemingly harmless Facebook quizzes
could be used by hackers to mine your data. ... The tech expert shared that hackers oftentimes use these quizzes
to mask malicious links, which could create online security breaches. ... Peace sign in selfies could lead to fingerprint retrieval, identity theft
users are being targeted for their personal information via quizzes
. Scam: Facebook Quiz
. Who It's Targeting: Social media users. What It Is: Under the pretense of being a fun way to kill some time online, quizzes
that are shared by social media users have gotten more and more invasive over the ...
Mar 3, 2016 - Security experts warn that hackers often use Facebook quizzes
to access your personal information. WFLA's Lindsey Mastis reports.
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