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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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Facebook’s Zuckerberg Apologizes For Privacy Gaffes

In today's Washington Post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written an essay that can be construed to be a crafted apology meant for damage control. The changes Zuckerberg writes about are nothing new: making it simpler for users to control their information and to turn off third-party services. The rest of the article's 528 words are dedicated to…
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Protech Yourself From Facebook’s Privacy Breaches

With the frequentprivacy breaches occurring in Facebook recently, the helpful team at Lifehacker have come up with on how to secure yourself against losing your privacy on Facebook without taking too drastic measures such as deleting your account. Read on for this very handy list of tips and tricks. Should I Quit Facebook Altogether? We've…
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Facebook Bug Caused Private Email Addresses To Be Revealed

A brief breach in Facebook's privacy shield on Tuesday caused the social networking giant to accidentally reveal the private email addresses of users to the world. This means your email address could be viewed by someone who is not in your friend list. The bug was fixed in 30 minutes, but by then dozens of people had noticed and complained about…
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