Detailed Personal Information of 14 Million Users Stolen in Facebook Security Breach

Including recent searches and check-in locations

Hackers got the ability to access 30 million users’ accounts during a large-scale attack on Sept. 14. Photo Illustration: Yuliya Kim; Sources: iStock

Facebook said that the personal information of 14 million users—including their names, contact information, relationship status, religion, birth date, check-in locations and recent searches—had been stolen by hackers in a security breach that the company first made public two weeks ago.

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