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Facebook, however, does let you fine-tune who can see your “likes” and pictures, and, to a lesser extent, how much of yourself to expose to marketers. The latest of its frequent changes to the site’s privacy settings was made in December. Facebook is ...
New York Times · BySomini Sengupta · 2/6/2013
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A Facebook data policy document intended to make the site's methods more transparent is instead kicking up a fresh firestorm. Facebook made a significant but little-noticed change to its privacy policy on Sept. 23, wiping out …
CNN Money · ByLaurie Segall · 3/23/2012
Consumer Reports released its annual report on Internet privacy and security Thursday, placing Facebook front and center. Issues covered by the influential consumer watchdog group included updates on data leaks, hacks, scams, and the like, while …
NBC News · 5/3/2012
NEW YORK — On Facebook, people talk about births and deaths. They share party shots, ultrasound scans and deliver news about serious illnesses in a way that was unimaginable just a few years ago. Facebook doesn't want that openness to end, which …
The Huffington Post · 11/30/2011
Facebook's new "seamless sharing" apps, which the company announced at this year's F8 developer conference, are causing a stir as more users are unintentionally subscribing to them and broadcasting their reading habits to their networks. These apps are ...
CIO · ByKristin Burnham · 11/21/2011
If you have a Facebook account, you’ve probably seen a “privacy notice” floating around on some of your friend’s status updates, warning government agents that they do not have permission to use any of the private information on their Facebook profile.
Fox 13 Now - Salt Lake City · ByDavid Wells · 6/5/2012
Editor’s note: Guest author Keith Teare is General Partner at his incubator Archimedes Labs and CEO of newly funded just.me. He was a co-founder of TechCrunch. Like millions of other people, I got an email from Google this morning. It was entitled ...
TechCrunch · 1/28/2012
If you spend time on Facebook, it’s a good bet you’ve seen something like this in at least one of your friend’s timelines – perhaps even this week. “Due to the fact that Facebook has chosen to involve software that will allow the theft of my ...
Voice of America · 12/15/2014
Another Facebook hoax circulated the internet on Monday. The rumor was that Facebook would be charging users to use the social media site. Many Facebookers began copying and pasting a legal notice into their statuses. Facebook confirmed on it's own ...
cbs5az.com · 9/29/2015
Since posting about Facebook's latest privacy rollback, we've received emails asking how users can protect themselves, and for clarification about what happened. Here, then, is a quick guide to locking down the new Facebook. First off, one big caveat ...
Gawker · 4/22/2010