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Facebook is sending users a lengthy email detailing changes to its privacy policy that'll start on January 1, 2015. Here's the quick version: Facebook is launching a tool called Privacy Basics that'll show users who can see what they share. A longstanding ...
The Business Insider · BySteve Kovach · 11/27/2014
Facebook changed the world by helping 350 million people publish their thoughts, feelings, comments, photos, videos and shared links much more easily than ever before. It's the King of social networking. The network grew with a big promise of privacy at ...
ReadWrite · 1/18/2010
According to a USA Today/Gallup Poll released this week, 70 percent of Facebook members are "somewhat" or "very concerned" about their privacy. Take into account the site's past privacy flubs and it's easy to see why: a privacy breach, prevalent …
CIO · ByKristin Burnham · 2/12/2011
Nearly three-quarters of people with access to the Internet use social networking sites, a number that has skyrocketed since early 2005, according to the Pew Research Center. As social networks continue to permeate our everyday lives, so do the privacy
IT World · ByKristin Burnham · 6/15/2015
Facebook users may be wary after hearing that the social network is following up on a promise to cut a privacy setting that kept user names out of the social network’s graph search. Here’s a quick guide to what changes are coming and which settings to ...
Washington Post · ByHayley Tsukayama · 10/11/2013
Fan of Facebook? Who isn’t. Fan of everyone knowing your online business? That’s a little tougher of a pill to swallow, especially if you have some friends for whom you don’t want every detail of your life to be splashed out all over the digital ...
Tom's Guide · 5/30/2014
It urged Internet users to install privacy software to shield themselves from Facebook's tracking systems, whether they have an account with the social network or not. The show of strength from the Belgian regulator, which does not have the power to levy ...
Reuters · 5/13/2015
PARIS—Facebook Inc. is confronting a wave of probes in Europe into its privacy practices, escalating tensions between European authorities and a handful of U.S-based technology giants. Government privacy watchdogs from France, Spain and Italy have in ...
Wall Street Journal · BySam Schechner andSam.schechner · 6/15/2015
Facebook is facing more pressure from European regulators concerned about its privacy policies. Government privacy regulators from France, Spain and Italy recently joined a regulatory group already looking into how the company deals with the personal …
CNet · ByLance Whitney · 6/15/2015
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Facebook is making changes to its privacy settings. First, it is improving some privacy protections. The company is adding a new top-level control, called Privacy Shortcuts, that will allow people to quickly ...
Bits Blog NYTimes · ByNick Bilton · 12/12/2012