Stop me if you've heard this one before: Facebook gave user data to third-party developers, even after specifically telling users it wouldn't.
In a Wednesday blog post, Facebook announced that (oops!) thousands of developers continued to receive updates to users' non-public information well past the point when they should have. Specifically, Facebook said that, for an unspecified number of users, it failed to cut off the data spigot — like it promised it would back in 2018 — 90 days after a person had last used an app.
We reached out to Facebook in an attempt to determine just how many users had their data improperly sent to third-party apps, but received no immediate response. Read more...More about Facebook, Privacy, Social Media, Tech, and Social Media Companies
from Mashable https://mashable.com/article/facebook-gave-users-data-5000-third-party-developers/