The Facebook hack could be Europe’s first big online privacy battle

In a massive breach more than 50 million Facebook accounts has been compromised using a series of unpublished vulnerabilities to hijack session keys on an unprecedented scale. The new breach is a real contrast with previous GDPR fights, which have largely had to do with policy decisions and terms of service. It is not a clash about wording of privacy policies or providing advertisers with access to data but rather liability of service provider to ensure security of it’s service.

Source: The Facebook hack could be Europe’s first big online privacy battle – The Verge

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