Famine strikes Africa after Facebook sends FOOD PICTURES instead of vital likes and prayers by mistake
Another day and another scandal for Facebook. After a week of dealing with the data sharing revelation, Oxfam and The Red Cross have heavily condemned the social media platform.
After a ‘massive blunder’ whereby the tech giant ‘accidentally’ sent pictures of people’s dinner instead of vital likes and prayers to famine stricken parts of Africa, an estimated 150,000 people are thought to be in immediate danger.
Alfred Loaf, a spokesman for Oxfam said:
“This is unforgivable. The data breach is one thing, but people are now dying because of incompetence plain and simple. To send pictures of food just adds insult to injury.”
He continued: “Imagine the horror of those poor kids as they eagerly opened their likes packages to find pictures taken in Nandos instead. It’s a fucking disgrace.”
Facebook have so far declined to comment, however, records show that a further 1.8k food pictures are already on route.