The article concludes:
"So the lessons here is twofold: Facebook privacy settings are too confusing, and if you really don't want intimate photos out there, don't put 'em on Facebook. But also, don't expect to hide something if you do — everything can be shared and re-shared these days."Again, we keep wondering what the people at the United States FTC (Federal Trade Commission) are doing about this?
And what is the European Union doing?
See Natasha Lomas at TechCrunch in
Facebook Lobbying Europe On “Unreasonable And Unrealistic” Privacy Law Reform — But EC Commissioner Doesn’t Sound Like She’s For Turning
where we can read that Facebook "had to turn off facial recognition in the EU" in September, 2012.
The answer is that we need much tighter privacy rights protection than we presently have, not only in the United States, but also in the EU.