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 July 1, 2011  Breaches

The first privacy loophole has been discovered in Google’s latest foray into social networking service – Google+.

A report in the Financial Times has raised a concern about the privacy related to the ‘resharing’ feature in ‘Circles’, which is believed to have been made keeping user privacy in mind.

The report says that ‘resharing’ posts makes them viewable to people in other circles.

Read more on CBR.

 

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