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Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 12 October 2018 ()
Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried (FB)· Some 30 million Facebook users were victims of the hacking attack it revealed recently.
· That attack exposed the personal information of many users, including their names, phone numbers, birth dates, and more.
· That kind of information could be used for identity theft and to compromise users' financial and other...
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According to Business Insider, around 30 million Facebook users were victims of the hacking attack that was recently revealed by the social media website. The attack exposed the personal information of many Facebook users, including their names, phone numbers, and birth dates. According to security...

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