Facebook can be fined billions of dollars after receiving reports of leaks

Facebook can be fined billions of dollars after receiving reports of leaks
    Facebook can be fined billions of dollars after receiving reports of leaks
    Facebook can be fined billions of dollars , Vulnerability affects 6.8 million images of recent users can cause Facebook to be fined billions of dollars in Europe.

    The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), which is mandated to monitor Facebook compliance in Europe, has confirmed that it will investigate Facebook after receiving reports of leaks. User data

    This response almost immediately after Facebook's biggest social networking site apologized to users for the Photo API vulnerability, a feature related to the user's personal social network image. are accessed by third-party applications and taken advantage of.

    According to Facebook, a vulnerability in Photo API was discovered by the company between September 13 and 25.

    About 6.8 million users may have been affected by this error. The images posted by Facebook users on the site, whether published or not, are still revealed.

    In September, a security vulnerability also allowed hackers to access a user's Facebook account by collecting their security token, affecting 50 million users. Facebook has ordered 90 million user accounts to log in again to avoid being affected.
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