SECURITY BREACH: Facebook issues advice to users

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Following the news that 50 million people's Facebook accounts have been hacked, here's the social media giant's advice on the next steps to take.

- 90 million accounts have been automatically logged out, but no one needs to change their passwords.

Screen grab taken from Facebook of a warning message sent to users after the social network has said it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts. P

Screen grab taken from Facebook of a warning message sent to users after the social network has said it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts. P

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- If you are having difficulty logging back in - for example because of a forgotten password - you should visit Facebook's help centre.

- If you have not been logged out automatically, but want to log out as a precaution, visit the "Security and Login" section which lists all the places you are logged in to Facebook.

- Use the one-click option to log out of Facebook on all PCs and devices you may have accessed it on.