On May 15, according to foreign media reports, Facebook stated that in order to remove third-party applications that may abusive Facebook user data, the company’s audit action has been conducted for 2 months. So far, about 200 applications have been temporarily blocked. . In a blog post, Facebook’s vice president for product cooperation, Aim Azibang, pointed out that the investigation process is in full swing. It is divided into two phases. First, we will conduct a comprehensive review to determine each application that can access Facebook user data. Second, for the application of skepticism, we will conduct a critical review and ask a series of detailed questions about the application and the data it has access to, and perform audits that may include on-site inspections.