Hacked business owner rails against 'unregulated monster' Meta

Hacked business owner rails against 'unregulated monster' Meta
Immagine Immigration's Iain MacLeod just wants to understand what happened. (Image: Supplied)
Ben Moore
A small business owner is calling for more accountability from big tech companies after spending more than two months trying to get answers from Facebook owner Meta following an alleged hacking incident.Iain MacLeod, owner of consultancy firm Immagine Immigration, said he had been battling to contact Meta after his company’s Facebook account was allegedly hacked on Boxing Day.MacLeod told BusinessDesk that hackers took control of his Facebook business account, changed the password and credentials, and racked up $12,000 worth of adver...

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