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Facebook is notifying 14 million people about a bug that set posts to be shared publicly

Bottom Line IT
July 20, 2018 11:00 AM

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Bottom Line I.T. with Mike Maddox and Erik Jacobsen
July 10, 2018

Facebook is under fire once again. In early June, Facebook announced that due to a bug, 14 million users may have accidentally shared posts publicly. Facebook said that the bug switched the sharing setting from “suggested” to “public” between May 18th and May 27th. While Facebook says the issue has since been fixed, security and user privacy continues to be is a common theme and concern as of late.


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