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Facebook may have leaked your personal information: Symantec

Facebook users' personal information could have been accidentally leaked to third parties, in particular advertisers, over the past few years, Symantec Corp said in its official blog.

Third-parties would have had access to personal information such as profiles, photographs and chat, and could have had the ability to post messages, the security software maker said.

Read the complete Reuters story, "Facebook may have leaked your personal information: Symantec."

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