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After being bombarded with hard-core pornographic and violent images on their news feeds, some Facebook users may change how and if they use the social network.For the past few days, Facebook has battled an attack that flooded the site with explicit and distressing images. AFacebook spokeswoman said that its security team has identified “many of the actors responsible” and is working on an “appropriate action.”

And while the social network’s lawyers are looking for ways to handle the spammers, many users are reeling from the images they saw in their news feeds. Some of them took to Twitter to vent their frustrations and connect with others.

Facebook has issued a warning to its users about hackers that accessed some accounts and left graphic images of pornography and violence.

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