In a Facebook blog post, the tech company said it was aware of the issue and that the stolen data — including phone numbers, birth dates and, in some cases, email addresses — was a result not of hacking, but of “scraping.” https://trib.al/RN1qpFw
On Tuesday, Facebook addressed reports that 533 million user of the social media site had their data stolen in a “scraping” incident that happened back in 2019.Read More.
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