John Leyden reports:
Illuminating pictures of Facebook chief exec Mark Zuckerberg have been exposed by Facebook’s privacy roll back.
Back in October, the world at large could see only one photo of the Facebook co-founder via the social networking site. Facebook’s controversial privacy shake up this week means that world+dog can now obtain access to a cache of 290 previously private shots featuring Zuckerberg. These pictures were uploaded either by Zuckerberg himself or by people who tagged him in images they posted onto the social networking site.
Gawker – which carries a selection of pictures of Zuckerberg in a story here – describes them as showing him as “shirtless, romantic, clutching a teddy bear, and looking plastered” though not all at the same time, we’d hasten to add.
“We just knew this new system would be a boon to gossips like ourselves,” Gawker enthusiastically reports.
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