Facebook finally appears to have solved an issue with getting content delivery networks to eliminate cached versions of photos deleted from the social network, which Ars Technica first began reporting in 2009.
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Remember those Facebook photos you deleted a few months ago, or even a few years ago? They must be gone, right? Um, not so fast.