Facebook was forced to deal with a privacy-related incident yesterday when a technical bug on the site reportedly exposed users' private chats and friend requests to their friends.
The lapse was fixed by yesterday afternoon, according to TechCrunch, the blog that first discovered the problem. But this latest flub comes on the heels of previous privacy missteps.
Facebook has introduced a number of privacy features intended to allow its users to better control who sees certain information, but some bloggers have questioned whether those features work the way they're intended.
"I like Facebook. But the more I use it, the less I trust it," wrote Dan Tynan on his PCWorld privacy blog. Tynan has called on the site to make it easier to keep all their data private, with a one-click feature.
In light of this latest lapse, our question to you today: Do you think your personal information is safe on Facebook?