Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's private photos were published online after a group found a security glitch on the social network.
The loophole allowed users to see private photos of a person after reporting their profile picture as inappropriate. The company says the glitch has now been fixed.
In other news, the European Union's anti-trust watchdog has launched an investigation into whether Apple and five publishing houses have engaged in illegal anti-competitive practices in the e-book market.
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