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Facebook Fix

December 8, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Facebook says it’s fixed a glitch that temporarily allowed users to the private photos of others. The bug was connected to the system users have for reporting offensive photos they might find on the public portions of users’ profiles. “There are a seemingly infinite number of variables to test for in quality assurance,” said security expert Randy Abrams.

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