We don't yet know why, but we sure know what was breached. 60,000 user accounts containing detailed of their accounts (including passwords) and the services used. The Privacy Commissioner is investigating.
Imagine how insecure you'd be having a password of '123456.' Well, at least its better than 'password!'
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How can Google and Facebook be responsible for news items posted by facebbook members in chat mode.