Facebook says data on most of its 2 billion users vulnerable
Facebook says data on most of its 2 billion users could have been accessed improperly, giving fresh evidence of the ways the social-media giant failed to protect people’s privacy. The company said it removed a feature that let users enter phone numbers or email addresses into Facebook’s search tool to find other people. British analytics firm Cambridge Analytica has sought more time to respond to the questions sent to it by the IT Ministry on issues related to data of Indians collected by the firm, its intermediaries, or associates.
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