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    "Facebook" investigates the theft of data for 267 million users

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    , "Facebook" announced on Thursday that it is investigating a report about publishing information on the Internet related to the names and phone numbers of more than 267 million people.
    The news agency "Agence France Presse" quoted a spokesman for "Facebook": "We are looking into the case, but we believe that this information was seized before making changes to the site in the past few years to better protect people's data."
    The stolen database was available for download last week on the website of a hacker that belongs to a criminal network, according to a blog on the "Comparetech" website.
    The blog said that Internet Security researcher Bob Dyashenko discovered this database, which was accessible, and included the names of "Facebook" users, their passwords and phone numbers.
    The discovery was reported, and the database later disappears by Thursday, so it is no longer available, according to "Complete."
    The disclosure of this stolen data comes as the giant social network seeks to rebuild trust with its users and ease their concerns about protecting their information.
    US officials said earlier this month that the British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, which was involved in a massive scandal involving the theft of Facebook data, had tricked network users to collect their personal information and dispose of it.
    The company "Facebook" paid $ 5 billion in fine at the beginning of the year as a settlement with the organizers to misuse the users' data. Ended 29 / h


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    Facebook announced Thursday that it is investigating a report about publishing information on the Internet related to the names and phone numbers of more than 267 million people.
    The news agency "Agence France Presse" quoted a spokesman for "Facebook": "We are looking into the case, but we believe that this information was seized before making changes to the site in the past few years to better protect people's data."
    The stolen database was available for download last week on the website of a hacker that belongs to a criminal network, according to a blog on the "Comparetech" website.
    The blog said that Internet Security researcher Bob Dyashenko discovered this database, which was accessible, and included the names of "Facebook" users, their passwords and phone numbers.
    The discovery was reported, and the database later disappears by Thursday, so it is no longer available, according to "Complete."
    The disclosure of this stolen data comes as the giant social network seeks to rebuild trust with its users and ease their concerns about protecting their information.
    US officials said earlier this month that the British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, which was involved in a massive scandal involving the theft of Facebook data, had tricked network users to collect their personal information and dispose of it.
    Facebook paid $ 5 billion in fine at the beginning of the year as a settlement with regulators to misuse user data.

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