Data from more than 50 millions of Facebook users has been. This can be called the largest data breach in Facebook history. For this loss to the user, a penalty of 1.63 billion dollars (about Rs 11,900 crore) can be imposed on the social media giants from the European Union.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Ireland Data Protection, which sees Facebook privacy regulators in Europe, has sought details with access tokens and digital keylogged hacks of 50 million Facebook users. According to the report, "Privates Watchdog" may charge $ 1.63 billion for this data breach by Facebook.
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 breech. The reason is because of failing to tell and neither has the users been told about the danger.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's statement
Mark said, "I'm glad we got it, corrected the mistakes and corrected the accounts which could be in danger. The truth is that we have to continuously develop new tools which can prevent it from being initially'Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the land of Sun, Sand and adventures