Temporary Lapse Grants Users Access to Private Photos

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According to the San Francisco Chronicle, a security lapse yesterday granted users access to photos that were set to private by their friends and other users. The loophole was uncovered by a security expert who was testing out weaknesses in the new Facebook system. Brandee Barker of Facebook immediately responded saying that the issue was resolved within an hour.

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