How on Facebook Everyone Can Have Your Private Phone Number

#Privacy

Wed, Oct 6th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

Charles Arthur, from TheGuardian.co.uk warns of a sneaky little Facebook feature: by using the Facebook app on the iPhone, all your contacts are immediately sent to Facebook's servers -- where they'll be matched against any and everyone. The implications are huge: it just takes one person to upload another person's number, and it's going to be shared around everywhere.

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