Mar 102014
 March 10, 2014  Posted by  Breaches

Graham Cluley reports:

Twitter has fixed an embarrassing bug that impacted 93,788 users of the service, who mistakenly believed that they had control over who could see their micro-blogging updates.


According to a brief blog post by Twitter, the privacy hole has been present since November 2013, and has exposed the updates of 93,788 accounts that Twitter users believed to be protected.

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