-- major privacy -- -- for the first family of FaceBook right after the social network actually rolled out its new privacy settings. Take a look a personal photo of the Zuckerberg. Accidentally going... See More
-- major privacy -- -- for the first family of FaceBook right after the social network actually rolled out its new privacy settings. Take a look a personal photo of the Zuckerberg. Accidentally going public and then going viral ABC's -- Davis is here with that apparently even the first family a little. A little bit -- -- -- right but don't worry I actually we're getting your -- pictures and be safe with me because I understand the privacy seven should not worry about it but Randi Zuckerberg on the other hand. She thought she was sharing this private family moment with only her friends with that picture ended up in the hands of a marketing director of all people who tweeted it -- of -- just 40000 armed followers. Million dollars and -- you know school. That litmus test of cool shared with Mark Zuckerberg in the social network is being amended by the Zuckerberg family. After the FaceBook CEO sister Randi posted this family photo which she thought she posted privately for friends only was then shared publicly across the Internet via Twitter. She scolded the -- -- saying you posting it to Twitter is way uncool. It's a little bit ironic for someone who's part of that family to -- be wondering about the privacy settings the offending tweet came from Cali Schweitzer marketing exactly tech website group box media who took it down as soon as she was asked. But it was too late the controversy and -- the photo that sparked did of the Zuckerberg gathered in the kitchen reacting to Facebook's new -- application. Had made its way across the went from buzz feed to -- able. And yes even abcnews.com. Once a -- on the Internet and other people have started sharing -- or tweeting it are putting on their website. There's really no erasing what happens Schweitzer apologized and Randi Zuckerberg former FaceBook head of marketing excepted finally tweeting these words of wisdom. Always ask permission before posting a friend's photo publicly it's not about privacy settings it's about human decency. Proof that the privacy settings are a wee bit confusing for some even for a former director and family member of FaceBook did illustrates just a general concern about Internet privacy but the bottom line when -- -- guys just. -- -- -- -- -- the privacy settings and after all. --
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