Flaw exposes Facebook CEO's photos of puppy, food
NEW YORK (AP) — Newly unearthed photos from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's private life may come across as a letdown if you were expecting raucous party scenes like the ones in "The Social Network" movie about the company's founding.
But the photos are tame, some even adorable. They show that the straight-backed, ultra-focused leader of the world's largest online social network eats, cooks and likes to spend time with his girlfriend and puppy. Oh, and he hangs out with President Barack Obama, if time permits.
A Facebook security flaw revealed this week allowed users to gain access to the billionaire businessman's private pictures. Facebook blamed a software error in a feature that lets users report inappropriate content.
The company did not say how many users were affected, or for how long.