Randi asked Callie how she got the photo and while the marketing director apologized profusely, she also said that she got the photo because she is friends with one of the people tagged in the photo. the apology was accepted but Randi did say that she is sketched out about her private photos being news. Users of the social networking site are hoping that this experience will bring light to the lacking security in the new policy.
Unfortunately for Randi Zuckerberg and her not wanting her personal photos to become news, that is exactly what happened when the photo came up on Callie Schweitzer's Twitter. Buzzfeed picked up the photo and shared it then several news feeds also shared after that. There has been no more comment on the issue and no statement as to whether Mark Zuckerberg will be changing Facebook privacy policies again or not.
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