Facebook glitch exposes private videos


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Just as our friends at The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are reporting about a start-up that rats you out to potential employers based on your drunken or otherwise ill-advised social-media posts, our pals at TechCrunch have gotten a tip about another Facebook privacy burp.
And if you're prone to posting nekkid Jedi videos of yourself (we know you Comic-Con types), it could be a bit embarrassing.
True, the glitch wouldn't likely have affected your job prospects, unless you'd friended your maybe-new boss, but it could have scandalized grandma or junior.
Facebook glitch exposes private videos | Digital Media - CNET News

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