Facebook said on Wednesday that the "accidentally uploaded" email contacts of 1.5 million new users since March 2016, reported a report.
New users were asked to confirm their accounts with their email passwords, a process that in some cases saw the user's email contacts uploaded to Facebook, Reuters said in a statement.
TECHNOLOGY IS A CREDIT SCENE AND FACEBOOK 'BROKE DEMOCRACY, & # 39; "We estimate that up to 1.5 million people's email contacts may have been uploaded. These contacts were not shared with anyone and we delete them, Facebook says. The company noted that users who had imported their contacts, should be notified.
The company told Reuters that last month it could no longer offer email password verification for users to sign up for the first time
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