On the 24th of April, 2013, the Rana Plaza factory collapsed. The factory, which was located in Bangladesh, was manned by thousands of workers. A minimum of 1,120 died in the incident, and more than 2,510 other workers suffered serious injuries. In many cases, these injuries were permanent, sometimes resulting is disabilities.
In many ways, Facebook does the exact opposite of providing privacy. Instead, it puts any personal information that a person uploads in front of hundreds of friends and associates. However, there are still many ways in which Facebook is supposed to keep sensitive information private, and a lawsuit was started against the company for failing to do so.
If you're injured while using a product, the manufacturer may claim that you were misusing it. How is this going to impact the case?