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From a recent Wired article...
A backdoor in MySpace's architecture allows anyone who's interested to see the photographs of some users with private profiles -- including those under 16 -- despite assurances from MySpace that those pictures can only be seen by people on a user's friends list. Info about the backdoor has been circulating on message boards for months...
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Well that sucks. I'm glad I hardly use Myspace anymore, and that I never put anything on it worth keeping private in the first place.
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Dracofrost wrote:and that I never put anything on it worth keeping private in the first place.
Ditto. Why anyone would keep private pictures on myspace is beyond my understanding....
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