Facebook has removed a group of China-based hackers it says targeted members of the Uighur community living abroad.
It said hackers used malicious websites and apps to infect devices and allow for remote surveillance, with journalists and activists targeted.
A majority of the cyber attacks didn’t happen directly on Facebook but used the social media platform to share links to infected sites.
This is not the first time hackers have been accused of such activity.
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Facebook finds Chinese hacking operation targeting Uyghurs
Hackers in China used fake Facebook accounts and impostor websites to try to break into the computers and smartphones of Uyghur Muslims, the social network said Wednesday.