- Facebook Product Management Director Mike Clark posted the social network's perspective on the breach of its databases that exposed data on more than 533 million users. Clark indicated the data exposure was "not through hacking our systems but by scraping it from our platform," noting the security issue from 2019 was patched and "no longer exists."
- Politico reports Facebook's recent data breach exposed the personal information of EU officials, including European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders, Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information Ulrich Kelber, and Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.
- Data protection authorities in France, Italy, Hong Kong and Russia each ordered Facebook to come forward with details regarding the breach and reassess its data security measures.
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