Tech - Zuckerberg’s Topless Photo Fuels Privacy Fears On Facebook


A photo of a topless Mark Zuckerberg is burning up the Internet right now … immediately fueling suspicions of a major Facebook privacy glitch.
It’s unclear when or where the pic was taken … showing the kid billionaire sans shirt with a couple of male friends. Mark’s in pretty good shape for a computer nerd, celebrity website, tmz.com, reports.

Now for the conspiracy theory … The image surfaced on the image-sharing site, imgur, … along with a photo caption that appears to explain how the anonymous poster got a hold of the shot in the first place.

The poster claims the pic was “accidentally posted” by Facebook Director of Engineering Andrew Bosworth, who also appears in the picture on the far right.
The poster claims Bosworth deleted the pic “seconds later” … but it was too late, someone captured the image and splashed it to the web.

If so, it would be another black eye for the social network … which is still trying to recover from its epically poor performance on the stock market.
When PUNCH contacted Facebook via email for a comment, its Pan-Euro Communications Manager, Iain Mackenzie, said, “We’re not commenting on this. It’s a rather silly story. Regards, Iain.”.

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  1. Common guys... You are Africaeagle, The African Radar. Don't allow this type of bullshit story come up on your page. Please, leave this type of story for amebo.com and the rest. Be your name (Africaeagle). By the way, I did not here you report about the latest conference of SADC on technology development. That news is Africa hardcore, I did not read it on your news but, you report Mark's shirtless pics?! Common guys!!

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