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Saturday, November 2, 2019

Facebook accused of using your iPhone's camera without permission while browsing.

Users have reported that the application is accessing the mobile's rear camera. It would be more a programming error than for an intentional reason.

Facebook accused of using your iPhone's camera without permission while browsing.
Facebook accused of using your iPhone's camera without permission while browsing.


The social network Facebook would be secretly accessing the camera of iOS devices   ( iPhone, iPad ) when you browse the application.

The fault is discovered after a user shares a video in which, while doing everyday activities on the platform. The back screen of the device is activated in the background.

This problem is a bug (programming error) of the application. The user states that the error is only replicated on devices with the iOS 13.2.2 operating system.

Although this bug has only been reported by a few phones, you can remove the camera's permission from the application by going to Mobile settings> Applications> Facebook to avoid future problems.

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