Monday afternoon, we posted a story about Facebook inadvertently publishing many users' private messages in their Timeline history. Facebook subsequently claimed the mix-up was a false alarm: people were mis-remembering old wall posts as private messages.
Many Facebook users, however, continued to claim they had in fact had private messages released into the wild. I remain uncertain about my own Timeline page - which remains locked down at this point. So did Facebook mess up, or not?
Update: The BBC is reporting the postings are actually public posts. It can be difficult to remember what's public and what's not when dealing with messages/posts that are four or five years old. But this is a good reminder that anything on the internet - even if you think it to be private - probably isn't.
Ed spent years researching Obama’s political links and motivations--including his very rocky relationship with the Clintons--and Bill Clinton's contempt for Obama (something Bill forgot to mention in the political quid pro quo speech he gave for Barry at the Dem national Convention).
The Squirrel Creek Fire south of Centennial has grown to 9,085 acres as of 8 pm July 3, according to the incident command. Containment stands at 12%, with crews successfully completing fireline around some of the fire perimeter.
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