It seems that we can’t even go a few weeks without some new story about a worrisome Facebook bug emerging. Earlier today, the social networking giant revealed that one of their internal teams discovered a photo API bug impacting third-party apps.
It seems that we can’t even go a few weeks without some new story about a worrisome Facebook bug emerging. Earlier today, the social networking giant revealed that one of their internal teams discovered a photo API bug impacting third-party apps. Specifically, some third-party apps may have had access to a broader set of a user photos than typically allowed, both public and private, for about 12 days in late September.
When it comes to third-party Facebook apps and their access to user photos, the way it works is pretty simple: apps can only access public photos which appear on a given user’s timeline.

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