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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.
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‘Very loose rules’ led to Facebook data leak, says SAS chief

Data analytics major SAS Institute chief Jim Goodnight has blamed “very very loose rules and regulations” at Facebook for the breach of personal data of millions of users. Amid a global furore over..
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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  00:56

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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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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Ireland's Data Watchdog Is Investigating Facebook [Video]Ireland's Data Watchdog Is Investigating Facebook  00:47

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

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How to Protect Yourself Against Hackers in Response to Facebook`s Recent Data Breach [Video]How to Protect Yourself Against Hackers in Response to Facebook`s Recent Data Breach  02:18

On Friday, Facebook notified users of a data breach that took place on Tuesday, affecting 50 million accounts.

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Facebook Breach Allowed Hackers To Access up to 50 Million Users’ Accounts

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Facebook breach: Indians weigh in on data protection

[India], Apr 1 (ANI): The Cambridge Analytica scandal has prompted calls for India to adopt more robust data protection laws for its citizens.
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Facebook breach: Apple, IBM heads want stricter data regulations

With the Cambridge Analytica scandal revealing massive Facebook data misuse, Apple chief Tim Cook and IBM chair Ginni Rometty have called for more measures to ensure user data protection.
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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..
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Cambridge Analytica row: UK regulators search firm's London office

Cambridge Analytica row: UK data watchdog storms office of firm connected to Facebook breach
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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..
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Corrected: Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat' - BBC

(Fixes stock losses figure in third paragraph to "nearly $50 billion" from "$60 billion")
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European Union: THE LATEST: EU Commission Fines Facebook EUR 110 million for Providing Incorrect or Misleading Information - McDermott Will & Emery

The Commission's EUR 110 million fine on Facebook for breach of its procedural obligations under the EU merger control rules underscores the need to submit full, accurate and reliable information..
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