Facebook’s Phone Number Policy Could Push Users to Not Trust Two-Factor Authentication
Users are angry that Facebook is letting others, including advertisers, look up users via the phone numbers they provided to enable two-factor authentication.
What’s worse, it looks like there’s no way to completely remove your phone number that Facebook has collected. This screw-up, intentional or not, could discourage adoption of two-factor authentication, leaving people at risk of getting hacked.
Source: Facebook’s Phone Number Policy Could Push Users to Not Trust Two-Factor Authentication – Motherboard