Facebook to stop asking new users to share their e-mail passwords

Facebook to stop asking new users to share their e-mail passwords

Irish Data Protection Commission to investigate Facebook's password storage fiasco

Facebook has confirmed it will stop asking new users to share passwords to their e-mail accounts that was part of the company's user verification process after security experts warned that the process could result in a privacy nightmare.

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