This goes along with unauthorized use of credit/debit cards, hacking a personal computer(I hope we have all heard and paid attention to the warnings about using 'free' WiFi in public places, right? RIGHT? If someone sets up a cellular hot spot or other device with an SSID that looks like it could be the network provided by the establishment or a local entity, it could very well be someone looking for unsecured computers, etc that they can look into for info, especially when they use some kind of virus/keystroke logger that causes the infected devices to provide sensitive info, like card numbers, bank accounts or worse, when the person works in finance or anything that needs to be secure.
The annual financial damage done by these turds is immense, not only to private individuals, but also businesses small & large, government agencies (NSA has been hacked more than once) and, as we see here, IG accounts. My friend Ilya, who used to manage a computer store said using Facebook almost guarantees that a virus of some kind WILL end up in someone's computer and when a customer asked if Kaspersky is a good anti-virus software, he said he doesn't trust it. The person then asked why and he loudly said "Because it's Russian!". Ilya came from Kyiv, Ukraine in the late-'70s and listens to Russian radio/news and is in contact with other immigrants (long time and more recent) from that area, so he knows a bit about what's happening.