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Hackers didn’t lock you out of your Facebook account. Facebook did.

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No, it wasn’t the Russians. 

A number of Facebook users today reported being randomly locked out of their accounts, and some immediately feared the worst. Was this proof of hackers looking to steal precious vacation photos? Or maybe evidence of Big Brother at work?

Nah.

A Facebook spokesperson confirmed that the culprit behind today’s lockout was in fact … Facebook. 

It’s not just you…!
Facebook has logged out tons of people and locked their accounts (incl. me!) #facebookdown pic.twitter.com/NhcrV1gVxy

— Matt Navarra ⭐️ (@MattNavarra) February 24, 2017 Read more…

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