Bigger revealing than being Facebook Down, See how’s store your photos

By Cheryl P. Mitchel

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Facebook Down, See how’s store your photos

Facebook has been down for 9 hours continuously. During this time, people were not able to see photos on social media platforms. The problem was worldwide and there was trouble opening and sending photos on Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp including Facebook. There has also been a big disclosure due to this global outage. How does Facebook store photos of every user and what names are given? Now it has come out. Let us know that this kind of details of Facebook users has AI, which is designed by the company, is Artificial Intelligence.

Now the problem has been solved by the company, but the reason the company has not yet told. Generally, the company does not tell the reason behind such a problem.

After this Facebook problem, people appeared in the text form instead of the photo, that what is in that thumbnail. For example, if you have a photo in your album and you are with a pet and are on vacation, then here it will be written in the text form.

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Every picture of the album was written in such a way – image may contain: 1 person smiling or image may contain: cat.

Now you can get an idea of ​​how your data is stored with Facebook. This is an example that might have appeared to you with a mistake of Facebook. But much such information keeps the Facebook store.

Let me tell you that this is not just the story of Facebook, but it is the same on Instagram. That is, the pictures here are stored with these details. Even if you do not have enough details of your Facebook photo, but Facebook keeps the small details of your photos. Now perhaps you might have come to the idea of ​​how data leak affects a common user’s privacy.

It is not clear now that this particular data, that is how Facebook uses your photo’s information. It is possible that Facebook will use this data for its targeted ads because Facebook’s long wider policy will have to be written somewhere, which a common user presses the YES button without seeing it, and Facebook says clearly That we do nothing without the user’s consent. Facebook’s thing is also right.