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Shopov said he approached the social network about the problem. He said Facebook asked him to forward and then delete the data, which came in the form on a compressed spreadsheet.
However, the Czech blogger said he objected to requests he says were made by the Facebook representatives to keep his conversations with with them about the matter a secret.
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In other Facebook-related security news, Imperva warned that it had uncovered a bustling trade in social network fraud on an online black market it monitors. The 250,000-member hacker forum plays host to a thriving black market for buying and selling illegitimate social network "Likes", followers, and endorsements, with particular attention given to the origin of these Likes and followers.
He said Facebook asked him to forward and then delete the data, which came in the form on a compressed spreadsheet.
The 250,000-member hacker forum