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Facebook Is Secretly Spying On Mobile Phone Users

When the iPhone was turned on, several iPhone users were shocked to find that their iPhone camera was running automatically in the background. The issue was originally marked by a Twitter user named Joshua Maddux. He shared some snippets, and when he scrolled through the Facebook feed, he could see that the camera of the phone was active in the background.

“Found @facebook #security. After opening the app, it took the initiative to use the camera. I found an error in the app that lets you see the camera open behind the feed. Please note that I point the camera The carpet.” He tweeted.

“The Facebook app on iOS 13.2.2 opens the phone’s rear camera when I open the profile photo that I swipe down to return (see the small gap on the left side of the video). Is this an application error or an iOS error?” Another Twitter user has been released.

Facebook Is Secretly Spying On Mobile Phone Users

Facebook has acknowledged the error and is looking for a solution. Guy Rosen, the company’s vice president of integrity, said on Twitter that “it sounds like a bug” and the social networking platform is under investigation.

He said to users on Twitter: “Thank you for reporting. This sounds like a mistake, we are i

Facebook Is Secretly Spying On Mobile Phone Usersnvestigating.” He later confirmed that there was a mistake and seemed to only affect iPhone users running the latest iOS 13 software.

“We recently discovered that our iOS app was incorrectly launched in the environment. When fixing last week’s v246 (version 246), we accidentally introduced an error that was partially navigated to the camera screen when the photo was clicked. We don’t have evidence of the photo. /video is uploaded,” he said in a tweet.

This may be another privacy related issue for Facebook. The company has been under the scanner of its privacy policy. The company agreed in July to pay a record $5 billion fine because it failed to protect people’s data. So far, this is the highest fine imposed by a US regulatory agency on a technology company.



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