Facebook apparently couldn’t get to the end of its awful 2018 without exposing even more user data —  photos, in this case. But at this point, we’re so inoculated to Facebook’s colossal leaks and data breaches that I challenge anyone to summon up a more impassioned response than a slight shrug. It’s just not special or even interesting anymore — and that’s deeply screwed up. Engineering director Tomer Bar revealed the bug in a post to Facebook’s developer site. According to him, the bug came from the permissions users grant to apps to access their Facebook photos. Ordinarily, this is just…

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