Social media hacks have become a serious problem for users, with roughly half of Brits (49 percent) having had their accounts compromised or knowing someone who has fallen victim to an attack. This is according to a new report from open industry association FIDO Alliance, based on a poll of 4,000 people in North America, the UK, France, and Germany.


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