A Facebook firestorm erupted Tuesday after the $1 billion Max Credit Union acknowledged it was investigating whether an employee commented about a member’s account on the popular social media site. 

After that acknowledgement was posted on the Montgomery, Ala.-based cooperative’s Facebook site, it received more than 60 comments from members and non-members who were troubled by the allegation, and others who criticized or questioned the way the credit union was managing the breach.

Peter Strozniak


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