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Zuckerberg’s sister unhappy with private Facebook photo going public on Twitter

Friday, 28 December 2012
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Washington, December 28:

Randi Zuckerberg, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg‘s sister, was left angry after a private photo of her family went public.

A photo she posted to her Facebook account of her family, including the Facebook CEO, playing around with Facebook’s new Poke app, was posted on Twitter.

According to ABC News, the photo was tweeted by Callie Schweitzer, a marketing executive at Vox Media, when she thought that it was a public photo on Facebook.

Schweitzer followed or subscribed to Zuckerberg’s public Facebook feed and thought the update was public.

But according to Buzzfeed and Zuckerberg’s tweets, Schweitzer was friends with another one of the Zuckerberg sisters and because she was tagged she was able to see it.

According to the report, Randi Zuckerberg quickly responded to the post.

“Not sure where you got this photo. I posted it to friends only on FB. You reposting it to Twitter is way uncool,” she said on Twitter.

Schweitzer clarified that she thought it was public, apologized and removed the photo promptly.

ANI

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