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New Facebook Bug Alert - Millions of Photos Breached

new facebook bug alert - millions of photos breached
by Stephanie Boyd - It really hasn’t been a great year for Facebook, despite the fact that the social network has continued to maintain a general popularity with millions of people worldwide. ..
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Facebook says bug opened access to private photos

Facebook announced Friday that it had discovered a bug that allowed outsiders access to private photos, potentially affecting some 6.8 million people who use the service. “We have fixed the issue..
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Facebook Photo Bug May Have Affected 6.8M Users [Video]Facebook Photo Bug May Have Affected 6.8M Users  01:01

The apps had access to some users' photos for a 12 day span in September.

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Facebook Opens Up About Bug That Exposed Users Photos [Video]Facebook Opens Up About Bug That Exposed Users Photos  00:55

Facebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission. The company said a bug recently allowed third-party app developers to..

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The Biggest News Stories of 2018 [Video]The Biggest News Stories of 2018  01:00

Many newsworthy events took place in 2018. Here are some of 2018's biggest news stories.

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Funds flee Facebook [Video]Funds flee Facebook  00:56

More than 90 U.S. mutual funds have completely sold their positions in the social media company so far this year, according to Lipper data. Fred Katayama reports.

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Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged Users' Data [Video]Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged Users' Data  01:06

The documents were released by a company suing Facebook for restricting its access to user data.

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Facebook gave preferential data access to certain companies [Video]Facebook gave preferential data access to certain companies  01:27

Facebook gave some companies, including Netflix and Airbnb, preferential access to user data in 2015 as it limited services for most others, according to company emails and presentations released by a..

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Facebook Bug Exposed Private Pictures of up to 6.8 Million Users

facebook bug exposed private pictures of up to 6.8 million users
Facebook announced on Friday that a software bug exposed the private photos of millions of users to app developers, marking the latest security issue in a year full of them for the social..
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Facebook's latest privacy scandal: The private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps (FB)

facebook's latest privacy scandal: the private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps (fb)
· Facebook found a bug that gave 1,500 third-party apps access to the unposted Facebook photos of 6.8 million users. · Unposted Facebook photos affected include pictures uploaded to Facebook..
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Facebook hosted a pop-up event in New York City for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. Here's what it was like to visit (FB)

facebook hosted a pop-up event in new york city for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. here's what it was like to visit (fb)
· Facebook hosted a pop-up in New York City's Bryant Park for one day only on December 13.  · The pop-up aimed to educate users on how to manage their privacy settings and change what sort of..
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Facebook sets up holiday pop-up shop in New York to inform users about privacy concerns

From the [INS: Cambridge Analytica :INS] scandal to [INS: countless :INS] other [INS: privacy :INS] issues, 2018 hasn’t been such a banner year for Facebook when it comes to its users’ private..
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Facebook created a giant winter village in San Francisco with chainsaw ice-sculpting and frolicking elves for its 2-day holiday party (FB)

facebook created a giant winter village in san francisco with chainsaw ice-sculpting and frolicking elves for its 2-day holiday party (fb)
· *Facebook threw its annual holiday party for employees last weekend.* · *It was themed around a winter village, with attractions including chainsaw ice-sculpting, a "thumbs up tavern," and..
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Facebook employees still love Sheryl Sandberg and say she shouldn't be fired (FB)

facebook employees still love sheryl sandberg and say she shouldn't be fired (fb)
· *Facebook employees remain loyal to COO Sheryl Sandberg despite her involvement in scandals rocking the company.* · *Workplace chat app Blind, a hotbed for tech workers, surveyed thousands of its..
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Hanzo Brings Stellar Webinar Lineup to Discuss Challenges Collecting Social Media

Industry experts discuss the importance of social media to business and the challenges it presents compliance and ediscovery workflows NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 11, 2018 Hanzo, a pioneer in..
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Facebook leads tech rally as global stocks rebound (FB, AAPL)

facebook leads tech rally as global stocks rebound (fb, aapl)
· *Tech stocks rose amid a general rebound in US equities with Facebook leading the rally. * · *Asian markets, except Japan, rose despite the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou and trade war fears..
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Facebook Shares Rally After Social Network Announces $9 Billion Stock Buyback

Facebook shareholders enjoyed a healthy stock price bump on Monday — something that stands out considering the social network’s rocky 2018 — after the company announced it would buy back $9..
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Google+ to Shut Down 4 Months Sooner After Data Leak Hits Another 52 Million Users

Google announced Monday it’s shutting down its ill-fated social networking site Google+ earlier than anticipated after another massive data leak hit millions of users. The new bug “impacted..
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The 18 biggest tech scandals of 2018 (FB, TWTR, GOOGL, TSLA, AAPL)

the 18 biggest tech scandals of 2018 (fb, twtr, googl, tsla, aapl)
· From Facebook's Cambridge Analytica debacle to Google's sexual misconduct investigations, 2018 has been a year rocked by scandal in tech industry.  · *Here are the 18 biggest tech scandals that..
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Facebook swears released internal emails are just 'one side of the story'

Guys, there's really no reason to get worked up about all of thisFacebook promises.  Following the release of 250 pages of internal Facebook emails and documents by UK lawmakers, everyone's..
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Facebook employees are reportedly so paranoid they're buying burner phones 'to talk s--t about the company with each other' (FB)

facebook employees are reportedly so paranoid they're buying burner phones 'to talk s--t about the company with each other' (fb)
· Facebook employees have been using burner phones so they're able to "talk s--t" about the company with their colleagues, BuzzFeed News reports. · BuzzFeed's story details an atmosphere of distrust..
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Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the risks of sharing user data

As Facebook continues to face scrutiny over its privacy practices following the Cambridge Analytica debacle, ongoing investigations into the company are giving us a look at what kind of access Facebook..
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Mark Zuckerberg once suggested that a Facebook user's data was worth ten cents a year (FB)

mark zuckerberg once suggested that a facebook user's data was worth ten cents a year (fb)
· *Mark Zuckerberg once suggested that developers pay something to the tune of $0.10 USD per year for access to a user's Facebook data. * · *He made this suggestion in an internal e-mail, dated..
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Facebook considered charging companies for access to user data — now Mark Zuckerberg says it was because of Apple's restrictions on iPhone apps (AAPL, FB)

facebook considered charging companies for access to user data — now mark zuckerberg says it was because of apple's restrictions on iphone apps (aapl, fb)
· Explosive documents show that in 2012 Facebook internally considered charging developers for access to its platform, which enables them to see and collect user data. · In a public post, Facebook..
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Mark Zuckerberg defends the leaked Facebook documents he never wanted the world to see: The scrutiny is 'healthy,' but don't 'misrepresent our actions or motives' (FB)

mark zuckerberg defends the leaked facebook documents he never wanted the world to see: the scrutiny is 'healthy,' but don't 'misrepresent our actions or motives' (fb)
· *Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg responded to the publication of internal company emails and documents by UK Parliament.* · *The documents highlight how Facebook made early decisions..
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UK lawmakers just released a trove of internal Facebook documents

Just like our own Facebook profiles, Facebook's past activities keep coming back to haunt them. The UK has released a 250 page document containing private emails from Facebook, including communiques..
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