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New Facebook Users Will Now Get A Privacy Education Tour

Facebook's ever-changing privacy policies have been a cause of concern to both, the users as well as the regulatory authorities. Especially in the European Union, the social network has been asked to help new users understand the way its privacy policies work. Complying with this, Facebook will now be offering virtual privacy education tour to all…
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False ‘Privacy Notice’ Goes Viral On Facebook

A lot of spam goes viral over the web usually only because those who read it take it at its face value and believe it naively. It so seems that same has been the case regarding a Facebook status which falsely claimed to save the security of your Facebook account and thus, went viral on the social network.
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European Activists Discuss Privacy Fears With Facebook

It all started a while ago when law student Max Schrems asked Facebook to send him his personal data “recorded” in the three years he has been using the site. What he got, was a 1222 CD based manuscript which included long forgotten chats and pokes he sent to friends, some of which dated back to 2008.
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Facebook Timeline Released For Everyone

So have you got your brand new Facebook profile already? Termed 'Facebook Timeline' by the social network, this feature provides an all-new way of organizing and viewing your facebook profile. For now, you can activate the feature for a trial period of seven days. After that, it will automatically replace your current profile view.
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FTC Makes Facebook Devise New Privacy Policies

The most used social website, Facebook, may no longer be able to change it's privacy settings without users' approval. Reports indicate that this is a likely outcome of a FTC probe against Facebook. The 2-year old probe is about to end and Facebook may have to come to FTC's terms.
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