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Facebook said unencrypted passwords of hundreds of millions of Facebook, Facebook Lite, Instagram users were visible to company employees.
Facebook just happened to upload contact lists from those users whose email passwords it obtained, the company admitted.
Two sets of Facebook user data held by third parties were exposed online, indicating how badly Facebook has lost control of your data.
Some new users registering for Facebook accounts are told to enter the passwords to their registration email accounts for 'verification.'