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A flaw has been discovered in Facebook that allows users to post to celebrity pages


A number of users of the Facebook social networking application, owned by the American company Meta, revealed a loophole in the application that many exploited for free promotion and marketing.

Users of the application stated that the loophole allows anyone to post on the pages of celebrities, without restrictions or obstacles, which makes their pages a free bulletin board, as described by some.

Some users have already documented what this vulnerability does by posting to a celebrity's page, and revealing what appears next to the public.

Some examples of this include the publication of an account in the name of “Nour Youssef” published on the page of the Palestinian artist, Muhammad Assaf, for a clothing store in Palestine.