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Hackers stole details of 29 million users in Facebook breach

Facebook Inc said on Friday attackers stole names and contact details of 29 million users in the mass security breach disclosed by the social media network late last month.
Reuters - Published

The Papers: Facebook breach and UK future 'at risk'

the papers: facebook breach and uk future 'at risk'
A range of stories lead Saturday's papers, including the 'unprecedented' cyber attack on Facebook.
BBC News - Published

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Here's what you need to know about the latest Facebook breach [Video]Here's what you need to know about the latest Facebook breach

Facebook has had a rough 2018. In March, Cambridge Analytica gained unauthorized access to up to 87 million users. In June, a bug set 14 million user’s sharing settings to public.

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Facebook Breach Was Work of Spammers, Not Foreign State: Report [Video]Facebook Breach Was Work of Spammers, Not Foreign State: Report

The worst data breach in Facebook's history was likely done by spammers, not a foreign state, according to a report.

Credit: Cheddar Inc.     Duration: 02:01Published

Hackers Access 29 Million Facebook Accounts [Video]Hackers Access 29 Million Facebook Accounts

Hackers accessed names, email addresses and phone numbers.

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Facebook's Recent Breach Affected Fewer Users, But More Data Exposed [Video]Facebook's Recent Breach Affected Fewer Users, But More Data Exposed

According to Facebook, the breach announced in late September affected 30 million users, about 20 million fewer than it first estimated.

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Facebook Reveals New Details About Latest Security Breach [Video]Facebook Reveals New Details About Latest Security Breach

According to Facebook, the breach announced in late September affected 30 million users, about 20 million fewer than it first estimated.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 00:56Published

Ireland's Data Watchdog Is Investigating Facebook [Video]Ireland's Data Watchdog Is Investigating Facebook

Facebook could face up to $1.6 billion in fines if it's found to be in violation of EU privacy policies.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 00:47Published

 

Facebook breach: How to tell if your account has been hacked

And what to do if it has
Hull Daily Mail - Published

Data scientist turns tables on Facebook - and plays down Analytica links

data scientist turns tables on facebook - and plays down analytica links
The data scientist at the centre of the Facebook breach row has claimed the social media giant gave him user information first - without any requirement for him to destroy it afterwards.  Aleksandr..
City A.M. - Published

IBM boss joins Tim Cook in call for regulation after Facebook breach

ibm boss joins tim cook in call for regulation after facebook breach
At the China Development Forum, Apple chief Tim Cook said 'well-crafted' regulation was required, while IBM Corp chief Virginia Rometty said users should have more agency over their data.
MailOnline - Published

Tech giants call for 'well crafted regulation' and clarity on personal data following Facebook breach

Tim Cook believes 'large profound change is needed' following the Facbeook-Cambridge Analytica scandal
Independent - Published

Apple, IBM chiefs call for more data oversight after Facebook breach

BEIJING (Reuters) - Executives from Apple Inc and IBM Corp have called for more oversight on how personal data is used following the Facebook Inc breach that saw roughly 50 million users' data misused..
Reuters - Published

Academic behind Facebook breach says political influence was exaggerated

LONDON (Reuters) - The consultancy at the heart of a storm over Facebook data greatly exaggerated its role in Donald Trump's 2016 U.S. presidential victory and would not have been able to sway an..
Reuters - Published

Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat': BBC

LONDON (Reuters) - A Cambridge University academic who harvested data on millions of Facebook users said he has been made a scapegoat by the social network and a UK-based political consultancy that is..
Reuters - Published

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