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Facebook Privacy Bug again – Mark Zuckerbarg Photos Revealed – He’s is the victim this time

Facebook Privacy Bug Revealed Mark Zuckerbarg Photos

Keeping social networking site’s privacy safe isn’t an easy thing except if someone just wants to avoid saying the truth. Facebook is known as one of the worst social networking site with little care for user’s privacy. If not that, why did the site started the Timeline when they already knew it that many users don’t want to share their information with just anyone? I don’t think there’s any reason behind this.

Few days ago, there was another facebook privacy bugs which occurred over the net, according to a short report from TTW. Facebook CEO’s privacy details was the one that happened to become easily accessed over the social networking site. Mark Zuckerberg’s pictures becomes open to everyone on the site to view and this happened because of some bugs in the site’s privacy settings.

However, Facebook has replied that they’ve solved the issue by correcting some of the problems which happens to be the cause of the error in a post saying:

“Earlier today, we discovered a bug in one of our reporting flows that allows people to report multiple instances of inappropriate content simultaneously. The bug allowed anyone to view a limited number of another user’s most recently uploaded photos irrespective of the privacy settings for these photos. This was the result of one of our recent code pushes and was live for a limited time. Upon discovering the bug, we immediately disabled the system, and will only return functionality once we can confirm the bug has been fixed.

And it also said that:

The privacy of our user’s data is a top priority for us, and we invest significant resources in protecting our site and the people who use it. We hire the most qualified and highly-skilled engineers and security professionals at Facebook, and with the recent launch of our Security Bug Bounty Program (http://www.facebook.com/whitehat/ ), we continue to work with the industry to find and resolve legitimate threats to help us keep the site safe and secure for everyone.”

Do you also experience or have had an issue like this before? Let’s hear what you do to solve it or you have something to say about Mark’s photos, share them below.

Olawale Danielhttps://olawaledaniel.com/
Olawale Daniel is a business builder and psychologist, a network marketing professional, a world-class motivational speaker, a successful internet entrepreneur and a digital media strategist interested in all things mobile and digital — start-ups, media, branding. He started TechAtLast back in 2010 as a platform to quench his thirst for latest technologies. As a motivational speaker and author, Olawale has published several motivational and personal development books and he's currently working on "SUCCESS AHEAD - Don't Quit" which is billed to hit the stand by Q4 of the year. He writes regularly on his personal website on motivation and personal lifestyle and tips for network marketing success, OlawaleDaniel.com. His latest book on How to Sponsor More People in Your Network Marketing Business is still one of the best sellers in its category. He's presently working as a Health and Wellness consultant at BURN SLIM TRIM Inc., a firm that helps people regain their perfect lifestyle through state-of-the-art recent discoveries way back from nature. He's also the brain behind FOBCourse, a business university for startup entrepreneurs in Africa.

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  1. It is really disturbing that we put our trust in any company to keep our privacy. It’s not only Facebook but it’s the banks and any other website where we have our personal information on it. There are hackers and there are bugs in software. We shouldn’t be surprised when something goes wrong. It’s sad but true.

  2. Internet is not safe. any thing can happen and surprise you with unexpected results. Thanks for the images. I am a fan of zukerberg. Loved the pics.

  3. Just don’t put online If don’t want your pictures to be available for anyone. By the way, even put in your local harddisk also risky. I think the only way is how you control the situation.

    • That is awesome. I love your word “Just don’t put online If don’t want your pictures to be available for anyone”. That’s the basic truth about Internet

  4. Internet is a very big place and there is no privacy. Mark Zuckerbarg’s private photos becoming public for everyone to view is a great lesson for each user. We never know what will happen, internet certainly is not a safe place.

  5. If this can happen to the founder himself, I am pretty sure it can happen to anyone using Facebook as well. I am honestly not happy with how they had come up with the timeline. I find it really frustrating to let everyone see what you are currently doing on your account. I just hope they can still change their mind and remove this feature, if it really is a feature at all.

    But great pics, though. Glad to see Mark looking like a real ordinary person after all, just like any of us.


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