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Facebook is a $245 billion business built on two comforting notions. One is that the people who see the family pictures, political rants and cat videos that you share on the social networking site are your friends. The other is that your communications ...
Your Houston News · 1/21/2016
Facebook users
A years-old Facebook hoax is making the rounds again, giving users false hope that a simple status update will lock down their accounts and protect the photos and videos they share. The status contains a sentence that intends to prevent Facebook from …
WHO-TV · 9/28/2015
Facebook has, by far, become the way we present our image to the world, at least to the online world. However, if our privacy settings are not configured well, this network can offer public access to intimate details we'd rather not share. Recent news that ...
Android PIT · 10/20/2013
Facebook has done that in the past in order to force more people back into the public sharing sphere if those users had switched to more private sharing before. Of course, that has always backfired as well, and it has only made people trust Facebook even …
Tom's Hardware · 11/13/2014
A coalition of privacy groups asked regulators Thursday to investigate controversial new privacy settings on Facebook, saying recent changes in how the massive social networking site treats customer data violate federal consumer protection laws.
Wired News · ByRyan Singel · 12/17/2009
Chances are high that some time this week, you will see a personal message on your account about updates to the Facebook privacy settings. Facebook tends to roll in its changes gradually, so it should be expected that not everyone will be notified at once ...
Guardian LV · 10/30/2013
friend on Facebook shares a notice about the need to "copyright" their material on the popular social media network. By posting the supposed message, users are "protecting" their photos and posts from being used by Facebook or even accessed by hackers.
Al.com · 1/5/2015
Facebook is close to a settlement with the U.S. government over charges that it misled users about its use of their personal information, the latest sign of widening public concern over privacy in the digital age. According to people familiar with the ...
FOX News · 11/11/2011
And once brands had invested a lot of money to build such a presence on Facebook, it modified its algorithms to reduce the ‘reach’ of community pages under the pretext of ramping up its privacy policies. The …
DIGIT · 13 hours ago