GDPR | Facebook slammed after staff given access to millions of user passwords

Facebook slammed after staff given access to millions of user passwords

A wide-scale Facebook glitch exposed between 200million and 600million user passwords that were made searchable to thousands of Facebook employees – Krebson Security reported yesterday.

Other reports have suggested that some of the more severe data leaks date back to 2012. However, internal investigations carried out by the social media behemoth have, so far, found little to indicate that employees have abused access to this data.

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