The U.S. Federal Trade Commission says Facebook duped application developers into paying $375 for a phony [sic] security authentication, the latest to come out of the privacy investigation Facebook settled on Friday.
Basically Facebook charged extra to be ‘verified’ then did absolutely nothing to check the application. They sold developers an image which said verified.
I can’t say I’m surprised. You could start with “Facebook lied about” then throw in random words dealing with security and user privacy. Then with your title made, go find the facts to support it. You would not have any trouble finding them either. At every turn Facebook shows it’s distain for users privacy.