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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's privacy watchdog accused Facebook (FB.O) on Friday of trampling on European privacy laws by tracking people online without their consent and dodging questions from national regulators. The Privacy Protection …
Yahoo News · 5/15/2015
Facebook’s 350 million users worldwide will be getting a special message when they stop by the site over the next few days: extensive changes have been made to Facebook’s privacy controls and all users are cordially invited to take a moment to use …
Gadgetwise · 12/11/2009
Facebook’s Messenger sparked the latest outrage over privacy - but should people be concerned? Credit: Flickr/Karlis Dambrans, CC BY The recent furore about the Facebook Messenger app has unearthed an interesting question: how far are we willing to …
Phys.org · 8/22/2014
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Facebook is the most popular place for connecting with friends and family online. You share photos, opinions and personal details from your daily life. You don't want this data to fall into the wrong hands. But if you don't set your privacy settings ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · ByKim Komando · 6/10/2011
Facebook seems to have finally given in to public pressure as they have agreed to improve their privacy settings. There will be tighter security for the traditional features, but there are also potential concerns that come with it. Last April, Facebook ...
The Bitbag · 5/27/2014
Facebook updated its privacy policy last Friday, clarifying what it does with your data, while also blurring the limits of what it can do with your information. Commendably, it posted the entire document with tracked changes in red. It's a 14-page document ...
PC Magazine · BySara Yin · 5/14/2012
Belgium's privacy watchdog accused Facebook on Friday of trampling on European privacy laws by tracking people online without their consent and dodging questions from national regulators. The Privacy Protection Commission, which is working with …
Entrepreneur · 5/15/2015
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
If you're on Facebook, there's a good chance you're sharing information with people you'd rather not: where you live, what your kids look like, where you work, when you're gone on vacation. The way Facebook works is if you don't take steps to protect your ...
wpsdlocal6.com · 5/16/2015
The recent furore about the Facebook Messenger app has unearthed an interesting question: how far are we willing to allow our privacy to be pushed for our social connections? In the case of the Facebook Messenger app, the answer appears to be ...
THE CONVERSATION · 8/22/2014