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How to find out if your data was included in Facebook’s latest security breach

[2018-10-13 13:50:55]

After originally disclosing its latest data breach last month, Facebook yesterday offered more details to users. The social network revealed that hackers obtained data from some 30 million users, and while that number is down from the initial 50 million user estimate, it still represents an alarming number of people. Here’s how to check whether your data was included in the latest Facebook breach. The post How to find out if your data was included in Facebook’s latest security breach appeared first on 9to5Mac.

How to find out if your data was included in Facebook’s latest security breach


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