Codebreaker

Privacy hole in new Facebook?

John Moe Apr 27, 2010

On the last episode of the show we talked about the changes to Facebook that make your life on the social media site even more public. We also learned that you can shut those options off if you go through a very complicated process. But today brings word of an apparent privacy hole that CANNOT be closed no matter what you do. It seems strangers are able to see what events you say you’ll be attending. Needless to say, this is more than a bit problematic for people who are on the receiving end of unwanted attention. Read more.

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