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Daily Dashboard | Report: Private social media accounts may not actually be private Related reading: IAPP white paper: 'The Skill Set Needed to Implement a Global Privacy Standard'

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BuzzFeed News reports private Instagram and Facebook accounts may not be as private as users believe. BuzzFeed’s Tech + News Working Group discovered a workaround that allows a user to pull the source URL out of uploaded images and videos and then share a public URL with people who are not followers of the original poster or with people not on social media at all. A Facebook spokesperson said this practice is similar to taking a screenshot of someone’s post and sharing it with others in that “it doesn’t give people access to a person’s private account.” Researchers found the public URLs contain basic information about the images or videos not provided in a screesnshot, such as how it was initially uploaded.
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