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Home / Facebook Bug Changed Privacy Settings of Up to 14 Million Users / A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the public, the company said Thursday.CreditJason Henry for The New York Times
A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the public, the company said Thursday.CreditJason Henry for The New York Times

A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the public, the company said Thursday.CreditJason Henry for The New York Times

A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the public, the company said Thursday.CreditJason Henry for The New York Times

A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the public, the company said Thursday.CreditJason Henry for The New York Times

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