Facebook is admitting the personal data of millions more users might have been "improperly shared" with research firm Cambridge Analytica. Facebook today said it believes up to 87-million users could be impacted, much higher than the previously estimated 50-million. The admission came in a lengthy online post announcing changes at the social media company that restrict third-party app access, and includes the removal of old logs. Facebook is under legal scrutiny after Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained the personal information of Facebook users. Facebook has also changed its privacy policies.
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