Facebook users can relax and get back to interacting with quality content and authentic individuals on the social network.
Last month’s deliberate theft of private account records from the internet giant, initially believed to affect 50 million or maybe 90 million accounts, turns out to be nowhere near that bad. Cough.
On Friday, the data-harvesting biz said a mere 30 million people were robbed of their authentication tokens – which could and were used to log into their Facebook accounts. That’s only 1.34 per cent of Facebook’s total active users – which says more about the out-of-control size of the antisocial network than anything else.
Source: The Register