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Comment Re:Nice effort, but sets a bad precedent (Score 1) 95

The problem is, by third parties paying him, it sets a precedent for rewarding Facebook's bad behavior.

Nah. Now everybody knows that instead of getting $500 from Facebook telling them about their bugs, they can get $12k from the community by just hacking them directly.

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