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This was the result of a study carried out by site Ars Technica, which found that deleted photos 3 years ago are still available online.
It`s true that Facebook has several privacy issues, which has received several criticisms since the site became public and famous. But we think that we delete the photos are still accessible, it should not happen.
It all started when, in 2009, Ars Technica discovered that the photographs that are deleted are still available online if you have the direct link of the image. This year, the site decided to test this on some social networks, including Twitter and Flickr came out winners, but not MySpace and Facebook.
The following year, in 2010, the site returned to check out their photos and the photos were still online, it said that Facebook was working on the system, so that the order to delete a photo would be more "instant".
But, now Ars Technica went to see if the photos are still online and surprise happened. On Facebook, the photos are still accessible, which made the international specialized press to disclose this.
The site itself proves surprised, since this situation is being followed for 3 years, with conversations and justifications between Facebook and the site, but the problem persists.
Will we ever see our privacy controlled?