Sure, you put a lot of effort into your Facebook security and password, but did you know that no matter what you do, your profile isn't necessarily safe? Certain Facebook employees can access your account without your password?
This revelation comes to us from the interaction between the director of record label Anjunabeats and a Facebook engineer. Paavo Siljamäki told his side of the story and posted his thoughts to Facebook.
Today's thought provoking story;
Popped to Facebook offices in LA, the nice people there were giving us good advice on how to use Facebook better. I was then asked if i'm ok for them to look at my profile, i said 'sure'. A Facebook engineer can then log in directly as me on Facebook seeing all my private content without asking me for the password.
Just made me wonder how many of Facebook's staff have this kind of 'master' access to anyone's account? What are the rules on who and when they can access our private content and how would we know if someone did? (My facebook did not notify me that someone else accessed my private profile).
If you're worried about some random person working for Facebook seeing every post, picture and message, you need to see Facebook's response.