Facebook saves even the unpublished posts

A very common fact, that has happened to every Facebook user, is to write a status update or comment on a post and just before you press enter you change your mind. Even if you delete it or edit it, Facebook saves everything in the records. The social networking giant saves even archive messages that were never published. The revelation was made by Jennifer Golbeck, professor at the University of Maryland. The Golbeck claims that Facebook utilizes a metadata storage platform all texts that abuse in any field of the site, even when their never published.

Facebook Privacy

Facebook Privacy

The claim is based on published research data analyst and scientific collaborator of Facebook, Adam Kramer and his doctoral student Sauvik Das, who works as an apprentice on Facebook. Their research on the self censorship of users known social network and exploring ways to minimize multiplying thus the posts and comments and hence traffic to the site. So the two researchers who work on behalf of the Facebook, perhaps accidentally, revealed the storage capacity of self uncensored posts of users.

Facebook posts

Facebook posts

By Nicole P.

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