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Facebook Privacy Changes: FTC Steps In
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radkoaleks
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radkoaleks,
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9/14/2013 | 11:23:14 PM
re: Facebook Privacy Changes: FTC Steps In
Sure this will be a long story and Facebook owners don't care at all about what some people thinking about privacy.
Thomas Claburn
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9/12/2013 | 8:59:53 PM
re: Facebook Privacy Changes: FTC Steps In
Let's hope the FTC entered the fray with its dentures affixed firmly. All too often it departs toothless.
chrisp114
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9/12/2013 | 6:41:59 PM
re: Facebook Privacy Changes: FTC Steps In
Everyone should know that it doesn't really matter what changes facebook makes to its privacy agreement. The very nature of fb means that they will always violate our privacy. This is why I use Ravetree, DuckDuckGo, and other sites that don't violate my privacy.
Cara Latham
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9/12/2013 | 6:20:14 PM
re: Facebook Privacy Changes: FTC Steps In
While I am not usually a proponent for government getting involved in something like this, I am glad to see the FTC step in here and at least review the changes and possibly try to protect users to the best of its ability.


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