After Investigation, French Data Protection Agency CNIL Concludes No Facebook Message Bug

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http://techcrunch.com – On September 24, French newspapers alerted Facebook that there could be a bug that would display private messages written in 2009 and earlier on users’ timelines. It was then invalidated by Facebook. The French data protection agency CNIL investigated on its own and delivered the same conclusions as Facebook. There was in fact no bug. It all started in France when the free ad-supported newspaper Metro reported that they could read private messages on timelines. Le Monde, a respectable newspaper, relayed the information and even sent a push notification to all the iOS users who installed (IT news)