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2019 was a tumultuous year for Facebook as it continued to grapple with privacy fallout after Cambridge Analytica, as well as dealing with a slew of security challenges.
Fraudulent Facebook messages allege copyright infringement and threaten to take down pages, unless users enter logins, passwords and 2FA codes.
Popular chat apps, including LINE, Slack, Twitter DMs and others, can also leak location data and share private info with third-party servers.
Cybercriminals have already reportedly posted the details of 300 Vastaamo patients – and are threatening to release the data of others unless a ransom is paid.
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