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Facebook Users’ Names, Email, Location, And Photos Exposed On Yelp

After discovering the flaw, George contacted both Yelp and Facebook  and it has since been corrected, TechCrunch reports.

Thanks to a couple screw-ups and moves  to make openness a default, Facebook's privacy situation is a mess  these days. But so far only the media, a couple politicians, and a horde of watchdog organizations seem to care.

Some early adopter types are making a big stink about quitting Facebook,  but users aren't forming the massive protests groups like they have  during previous Facebook riots over things like the News Feed launch and  Facebook Beacon.

Ethan Beard recently said, "the response from users speaks very, very loudly that they  love what we're doing."

Why are users so complacent?

Probably  because they they don't care very much about living private lives. They  are narcissists (we all are) who love sharing everything about  themselves and Facebook helps them do it.

Facebook should be  fine, so long as it doesn't ever accidentally give away real private information, such as social security or credit card numbers.

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