Facebook confesses improperly administered limit gave developers unauthorized access to user data

Facebook has that around 5,000 developers continued to have access to personal user information beyond the stipulated time period. 
When using an app through Facebook, users grant certain rights to developers so that non-public information such as their email address and birth date can be shared. In 2018, as a part of the changes introduced after the , the company said developers wouldn’t be privy to that information if a user has not been active on their app for 90 days.

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