Are you one of those fools who put naked pictures of yourself on Facebook or MySpace, thinking they're "private?" Yeah, right.
A recent security lapse on Facebook which allowed access to private photo libraries highlights what can go wrong if companies use public social networking sites without security, experts warn.SOURCE: Facebook Blunder Exposes Nude Private Photos
Users' pictures, including those of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and socialite Paris Hilton, were exposed on the site, even though the photos were tagged as being visible only to the member and associated friends. David Lavenda, vice president of marketing and product strategy at web security firm WorkLight, said: "Just imagine what would happen if a business-to-consumer document such as an employment contract were to leak in this way.
"The potential employee could see his or her personal details, including bank and National Insurance numbers, leaking out to third parties."