It's Facebook Decency, not Facebook Privacy
Facebook privacy is not the real issue today, but Facebook decency is the real issue. Facebook “got hacked” is apparently the excuse of the day for what Facebook users are seeing on their walls and news feeds. The photo displayed with this news article is the only decent one that can be shown. And even that one, a little photo-shopping was desperately needed to make it family friendly.
Apparently, according to the Christian Post, clicking of ads or photos with objectionable material is leading to wall spam being sent from one user's account to the other. The news feeds for many Facebook users has become infested with graphic porn, both hard and soft, and graphic violence. The indecent content is both in photographic and video format. In addition, user's emails from Facebook have been reportedly infested with this indecent material.
Rumor has circulated around the internet and on YouTube that the hacking group Anonymous is behind the rampant Facebook Transmitted Disease. Besides the unwanted naked women being circulated, a human with his skull bashed in and brains running down the street is at least one of the unwanted graphically violent photos circulating the internet.
Years ago, MySpace had problems akin to this recent attack on Facebook. If Facebook doesn't do more to protect Facebook decency by limiting access to Facebook accounts, then more users will convert to Google+ and leave Facebook the way of MySpace.