It. Just. Doesn't. Stop.
Facebook is embroiled in a snafu that exposed users' private postings and made them public, the company admitted Thursday.
For four days, between May 18 to 22, Facebook tested a new feature that inadvertently switched the default settings for 14 million users from private to public allowing anyone on the Internet view status updates that were intended only for private audiences.
"We recently found a bug that automatically suggested posting publicly when some people were creating their Facebook posts," Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan, said in a statement.
Normally, a new post will default to whichever setting was selected for the previous one, but in this case all new messages automatically went to public.