physics - 4:31 pm on May 15, 2009 (gmt 0)
mrMister, good point. However this is a little different then someone getting into e.g. my Amazon.com account due to the fact that I clicked on a phishing email. In that case I'm the only one who's really affected. It's a fundamental 'flaw' in the workings of Facebook that if one of my friends clicks on a phishing email then info in my account (which may contain enough info to help a criminal get into my bank account) is also compromised.
So, to most people, what's the difference between Facebook getting hacked and a friend's Facebook account getting hacked?