Facebook had another privacy misfire last week, reportedly sharing thumbnail versions of user videos that were supposed to be locked down. The videos themselves weren't viewable, but leaked metadata about the videos could have left some users facing awkward questions from friends and colleagues, Jason Kincaid writes. "Google+ may be making a lot of headlines, but Facebook's biggest threat right now is negative perception around privacy and trust, and these bugs don't help," Kincaid writes.

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