CNBC: Facebook recently closed a loophole that allowed third parties to discover the names of people in private, ‘closed’ Facebook groups

CNBC: Facebook recently closed a loophole that allowed third parties to discover the names of people in private, ‘closed’ Facebook groups. “Facebook recently closed a privacy loophole that allowed third parties to discover the names of people in private, ‘closed’ Facebook groups. A Chrome extension that was made specifically for marketers to harvest this information en masse was also shut down prior to Facebook’s move, after the social media network issued a cease-and-desist letter to the application’s makers earlier this year, according to a spokesperson.”

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