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Facebook Software Glitch Reveals Greta Thunberg's Dad Edits Her Posts


Added 01-14-20 07:38:01am EST - “Meanwhile, Thunberg targets tennis legend Roger Federer for an environmental scolding.” - Legalinsurrection.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Legalinsurrection.com: “Facebook Software Glitch Reveals Greta Thunberg's Dad Edits Her Posts”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Due to a glitch in a recent Facebook update, teen green activist Greta Thunberg is now addressing supporters have who have raised questions over who writes her climate change posts.

The Swedish teenager has amassed a loyal band of supporters on social media where she shares regular updates on her efforts to raise awareness of the threats facing the environment. But a Facebook bug which was live for several hours from Thursday evening to Friday morning enabled users to see which admins were responsible for editing pages. This meant that any user could view anonymous accounts which edit pages, including those belonging to celebrities.

One quick-minded fan of Greta, 17, tapped into one of her posts thanks to the glitch and managed to take screenshots of the accounts which had edited it.

And to her followers’ dismay, it showed the the accounts behind some of the posts were those belonging to her father Svante Thunberg and Indian climate change activist Adarsh Prathap.

A recent Facebook glitch revealed the accounts posting for Greta Thunberg: her dad and Adarsh Prathap. Greta addressed the criticism on FB: ‘All texts posted on my Facebook page has of course been written by me, just like everything else.’ pic.twitter.com/abAkdW9RqA

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