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Facebook Flaw May Have Exposed Private Photos

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Facebook says a software flaw may have exposed private photos of nearly 7 million users, the latest in a series of privacy issues facing the social media company. Facebook said Friday that the photo glitch gave about 1,500 software apps unauthorized access to private photos for 12 days in September.  "We're sorry this happened," Facebook said in a blog. It said it would notify users whose photos might have been affected. Irish regulator  to investigate The...

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