Many tech giants are working to finally kill off Adobe Flash — largely due to the format’s vast bugs and security flaws. And, less than six months after Facebook Chief Security Officer called for Flash to get an end-date, the company announced today that all of its videos will load through HTML5 by default. “We are continuing to work together with Adobe to deliver a reliable and secure Flash experience for games on our platform,” Facebook front-end engineer Daniel Baulig wrote in a blog post, “but have shipped the change for video to all browsers by default.” Formerly, HTML5 handled the…

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