Facebook officials are debating whether to ban posts that link to hacked material, a policy that has been put in place by Twitter, the company cyber security chief Nathaniel Gleicher says.
Bermuda law firm Appleby is bracing for an exposé similar to the Panama Papers case, after receiving inquiries from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists about a data breach that occurred last year.
A Maltese journalist, who was part of the group that broke the Panama Papers story, had four posts relating to alleged corruption by his country's prime minister and his associates deleted by Facebook and his account blocked.
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