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Monday, October 18, 2010


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These holes have always been there. I believe Facebook's old policy was that "it's a feature, not a bug, and if any apps violate privacy they will be removed." Now that they're under a bit more scrutiny, they've finally decided to patch them up.


It's not funny, but I thought they got caught sharing info in May.? And when they got caught sharing pictures, there should have been a full investigation. If FaceBook immune from being investigated by anyone other than the WSJ?

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