About 50 million Facebook user accounts have been affected in the largest Facebook hacking happened after Cambridge Anilica. On behalf of the European Union, a penalty of $ 1.63 billion (about Rs 11,900 crore) can be imposed on Facebook for this loss to the users. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Ireland’s data protection, which saw Facebook privacy regulator in Europe, has sought details in with access tokens and digital key hacking of 5 million Facebook users. At the same time a Facebook spokesperson has said that Facebook will respond to the agency of the European Union.
The agency of the European Union, which oversees privacy, said, “We are worried that on Tuesday, Facebook received the news of this data breach and it has affected millions of user accounts, but Facebook still has this data breach The reason is the failure to tell, and neither the users have been told about the danger.
At the same time, the company has given the reason for this hacking access token or digital key, by taking advantage of the hackers have done this. Hackers have blocked Facebook access token so that they can use user accounts directly. You can understand Access token digital keys that users can stay logged in for long periods without re-entering on Facebook.
CEO of the company said, “I am happy that we caught it, corrected the defect and correct the accounts which could be in danger. The truth is that we have to constantly develop new tools that can stop it in the beginning.