The French Minister of Recovery productive, Arnaud Montebourg, and the Minister responsible for Small and Medium Enterprise Flower Pellerin, asked the management to explain Facebook on Tuesday about a possible failure occurred on the social network Monday . In a statement, the two members of the government "want clear and transparent explanations are made without delay" before the French National Commission for Informatics and Liberties (CNIL), independent authority to ensure that? Computing does not infringe the privacy or to individual or public liberties. Ministers want to know the exact nature of the problem, namely: "is it a change impromptu presentation of data that has baffled users?, Or there has been a breach of privacy through the publication of messages private? " For two ministers, "this incident (...) emphasizes once more the importance of the protection of personal data in the digital world and the lack of transparency in the processing of these data by an actor such as Facebook. ' Monday afternoon, a section of the free daily Metro said that private messages from 2007, 2008 or 2009 is displayed incorrectly on some users' public profiles, and were therefore visible by others. In the process, this information was relayed like wildfire on social networks, including Twitter, many users based in different countries, affirming also victims of this bug, and reviving the debate on data protection confidential and privacy.