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Facebook Flaw Exploited to Make Zuckerberg's Private Pics Public

User points out security flaw by posting the CEO's personal photos online for all to see. 

That's probably about as good a way as any to get Mark Zuckerberg's attention.

An Internet user exploited a Facebook security flaw to download more than a dozen private photos of the company CEO from his social networking site and post them to an online gallery elsewhere on the Internet, all in an apparent bid to point out the security loophole to the company.

The move appears to have worked. In a statement issued Wednesday morning, Facebook said that the glitch was the result of one of its "recent code pushes" and that the company has disabled the system while it fixes the bug.

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