Nowadays more and more people store their precious personal information online. With Social networking sites thriving these days, too much personal information is gathered in sites like Facebook.
Facebook nowadays holds personal information to the point of it being called internet life of about 1 billion people. So OK let's say Facebook is a corporation that is bound to protect your information and not use it to study or harm you unless there is a legal emergency, but really is it a good idea to have such information central stored? What will happen if exploits into Facebook security are found and hack facebook download sites become a reality.
Who will protect us from them? Who will protect us from us?
So the idea is why are we really publishing our personal lives, our personal secrets in the form of private messages or private pictures online. Does the concept of security really exists in a massive network such as facebook, when users all over the world have access to the system from multiple devices and networks sometimes public that can be tampered with?
What will happen when people are given with the power to hack Facebook accounts at will? Are you ready to have all of your information stored to the cloud being made public?
You better be!