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Facebook stored some passwords in plain text

CBS News Thursday, 21 March 2019
Hundreds of millions of Facebook users could be affected by the company's latest data flub. Facebook said it discovered a trove of un-encrypted passwords on an internal server, and that it has fixed the issue.
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