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A security lapse made it possible for unwelcome strangers to peruse personal photos posted on Facebook Inc.'s popular online hangout, circumventing a recent upgrade to the web site's privacy controls, the Associated Press reports. AP verified the loophole March 24 after receiving a tip from Byron Ng, a Vancouver, Canada, computer technician. Ng began looking for security weaknesses last week after Facebook unveiled more ways for its 67 million members to restrict access to their personal profiles. But the added protections weren't enough to prevent Ng from pulling up the most recent pictures posted by Facebook members and their friends,
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