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In total, it said the social network had special arrangements with more than 150 companies to share its members' personal data. Most of these, it said, were other tech firms, but the list also included online retailers, car-makers and media organisations, including the NYT itself, among others.
Of the examples given it reported:
- Microsoft's Bing search engine was able to see the names of "virtually all" Facebook users' friends without those friends' consent in order to personalise the results it showed- The music-streaming service Pandora and film review platform Rotten Tomatoes also had access to friends' information in order to customise their results- Apple devices could access the contact numbers and calendar entries of users even if they had disabled all sharing in their Facebook settings. Moreover, it said Apple's devices did not need to alert users to the fact they were seeking data from Facebook- Netflix, Spotify and the Royal Bank of Canada were able to read, write and delete users' private messages and see all participants on a chat thread- Russian search provider Yandex was allowed to index users' identities from public pages and posts to improve its search results after Facebook stopped other applicants from continuing the activity- Yahoo could view live feeds of friends' posts- Sony, Microsoft and Amazon could access members' email addresses via their friends- Blackberry and Huawei were among companies that could pull Facebook's data to power their own social media apps
+ к этому в 2019 - 400+ мультов записей утекло из-за дырки в безопасности
+ в 2018 - 50 мультов аккаунтов по аналогичной причине.