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Facebook offers $ 40,000 to report data hijackings
The boss of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, in 2013

Facebook offers $ 40,000 to report data hijackings

The Bounty Data Abuse program will reward people who will warn about the misuse of personal data.

Facebook puts the package to regain the trust of its users. The social network has launched Bounty Data Abuse, a program designed to reward all those who will warn about the misuse of personal data by third-party application developers.

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From $ 5,000 to $ 40,000 for data breach

According to a statement distributed to editors, Facebook will provide from $ 5,000 to $ 40,000 in case of a data breach.

It will reward people who have knowledge directly (without intermediary) and who will provide evidence of misuse of Facebook by an application or the sale of user data to third parties.

Zuckerberg has spent five hours in front of 44 senators -close half of the US Senate on Tuesday during his testimony about the scandal Cambridge Analytica, accused of having illegally acquired data of Facebook users.

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