The information that was exposed includes profile information, Facebook identification numbers, emails, location data and more, according to a report in The Record, which is published by cyber-threat intelligence firm Recorded Future. The Record said it had made a "cursory" review of the stolen data, showing a screengrab of a forum user with an anime-style user icon announcing the data was available.
Facebook didn't immediately respond to a request for comment, but told The Record that the data was old and that it "was previously reported on in 2019 ... We found and fixed this issue in August 2019.”
So, what does this mean for Facebook?
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