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Monday08 August 2022

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The concept of an immersive virtual reality world is one that is often talked and written about. It also has been the subject of several movies. When it is the topic of books and movies, it is rarely a good thing. So, when we hear about the creation of a fully immersive world, we view it with a healthy bit of skepticism. Especially when the person behind it is Mark Zuckerberg and his company, Facebook. You might ask why, and there is an easy answer. Facebook ceased being a communication platform a very, very long time ago and is now nothing more than a way to collect information and push ads.

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Palestinian security researcher Khalil Shreateh attempted to inform Facebook of a security flaw. Shreateh contacted Facebook with a message stating, “My name is Khalil Shreateh. I finished school with a BA Degreen in Information Systems. I would like to report a bug in your main site (www.facebook.com) which I discovered it… The bug allow Facebook users to share links to others facebook users, I tested it on Sarah Goodin wall and I got success post (sic).” Their lack of interest in asking more questions and denying it was a bug, led to him posting a message directly to Mark Zuckerberg’s wall.

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