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Facebook admits privacy bug has effect its users data

Facebook admits privacy bug has effect its users data

Facebook has admit that a bug from facebook is responsible for 14 million users data privacy disclose and latter on they also admit that they deal with smartphones maker for data sharing of users.

According to the latest news running over the market that facebook has admitted the the problem is in facebook bot. Basically they are calling it a bug from which the default posting criteria is change to all post will be visible for all public. This bug is started its work on may 18 and its end on 27th may. In between these days all shares are for all public. Which has effect about 14 million users data. Because they are implementing a new way for sharing photos and status.

According to facebook it is quite impossible to correct the mistake they have done but they are notifying those people who are getting harmed because of these chages so they review thier post between those dates.

Check out what Erin Egan, Facebook’s chief privacy officer, said about this

found a bug that automatically suggested posting publicly when some people were creating their Facebook posts.

So from these words it is clear that some of us have posted between those post are not only for our friends and family but it is for general public.

Now check out othrr statement of Erin.

Starting today we are letting everyone affected know and asking them to review any posts they made during that time

To be clear, this bug did not impact anything people had posted before — and they could still choose their audience just as they always have. We’d like to apologize for this mistake.

Facebook is also claimed for having an agreement with more then 60 smartphone maker companies where helping facebook for making social media experience more eco friendly by giving data.

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