A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH
A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH
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Privacy watchdog demands Facebook tell Hong Kong users personal data was leaked

  • While the hack occurred in 2019, Ada Chung, privacy commissioner for personal data, notes information taken can ‘still be used’ by criminals
  • More than 3 million city residents among those whose usernames, email addresses, birth dates and other information were released over the weekend

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A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH
A Facebook leak reported on Saturday included personal information about 3 million Hong Kong users, including phone numbers, names, locations, birth dates and email addresses. Photo: CWH
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