Over 3 Years Later, ‘Deleted’ Facebook Photos Are Still Online

Over 3 Years Later, ‘Deleted’ Facebook Photos Are Still Online

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Facebook is still working on deleting photos from its servers in a timely manner nearly three years after Ars first brought attention to the topic. The company admitted on Friday that its older systems for storing uploaded content “did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable...
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About your "Timing Is Everything" post. Are you trying to imply that Facebook will make a phone because SJ once said he wasn't but did so anyways? Two different people with two different reasons. Also, do you really think a FB phone makes sense? Would

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I guess my point is that even though these people state things they're *not* doing, they're actively thinking about and/or working on them. That was the case with Apple, and it's the case with Facebook. That doesn't mean it's a good idea for Facebook to do a phone. Maybe it...
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dpstyles: I was on CNBC this morning talking about the launch...

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Yahoo's New CEO Marissa Mayer Will Make $1 Million This Year, $15 Million Over 5 Years

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Yahoo's New CEO Marissa Mayer Will Make $1 Million This Year, $15 Million Over 5 Years From the SEC Filling: 2012 Annual Equity Awards (Vesting Over Three Years). Ms. Mayer will also receive an equity award for 2012 that will vest over 3 years. $6,000,000 of this equity award will be...
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