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Facebook collected 1.5 million users' email contacts without consent

Dover Express Thursday, 18 April 2019
Facebook collected 1.5 million users' email contacts without consentThe incident is the latest in a growing list of data privacy breaches to hit the social network.
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Social media giant admits to collecting 1.5 million users' email contacts without consent.

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