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Today, Facebook tried to actually improve the situation for its users by making its privacy much clearer and four times smaller than before, and also by adding an interactive "Privacy Basics" guide that explains to users one information byte at a time what ...
Tom's Hardware · 11/13/2014
Facebook may be the natural home of over-sharing, but new Facebook Login options mean users now have more granular control over what third-party apps can know about them. Announced at F8 2014, the amended "Log in with Facebook" option will now …
SlashGear · 5/3/2015
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
Facebook’s privacy policy violates European law, according to a study commissioned by the Belgian privacy commission, and released today, The Guardian reports. Conducted by the Centre of Interdisciplinary Law and ICT at the University of Leuven, the ...
The Next Web · 2/23/2015
Q: I’ve noticed recent Facebook users declaring rights to their personal content including updates, data, photos, videos, information and updates published on their profiles, and requiring their written consent for any commercial use. Do you know what ...
Oklahoma News · ByPaula Burkes · 12/18/2014
Facebook has more than a billion users who share photos, stream videos, and post status updates regarding their daily lives. Regardless of what you might think, however, that embarrassing St. Patrick’s Day photo of you in the green leprechaun hat may …
Digital Trends · 3/26/2014
Concerns over online privacy are leading Facebook users to commit "virtual identity suicide" by deleting their Facebook accounts, according to new scientific research. A survey of around 300 Facebook users and 300 quitters of the social networking site by ...
CNBC · ByHolly Ellyatt · 9/18/2013
It's time to review how well you well you have been protecting your privacy on Facebook. Why? Because Facebook is beginning to roll out the new version of its search engine. First announced by Mark Zuckerberg in January, Graph Search makes it easier for ...
Graham Cluley · 7/9/2013
The second part to Facebook’s announcements this week was it’s announcement of “instant personalization” on partner sites, which (right now) include Pandora and Yelp. Without adjusting your privacy settings, when you visit these sites, they can ...
Macworld Mac Central · 4/23/2010
Don’t fool yourself: There is no such thing as privacy on the Internet. That’s the first thing digital journalism professor Robert Hernandez tells me during a discussion of online privacy. “How you carry yourself in real life is how you carry ...
Kiplinger · 8/14/2014