Indonesia MPs grill Facebook officials on data breaches
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 JAKARTA (Reuters) - A Facebook official apologised to Indonesian members of parliament on Tuesday during a five-hour grilling at a public hearing on issues ranging from the misuse of personal data to the oversight of content by the social media giant.
Facebook on Tuesday unveiled a comprehensive series of privacy enhancements designed to extend protections required by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation to all of the social media company's users around the world. The updates, which include major changes to the company's terms...
Facebook employees had access to hundreds of millions of users' passwords — for years. Users' passwords were being stored in an unencrypted format, and reportedly were accessible by 20,000 workers at..