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Re: A Flummoxed Randi Zuckerberg Gets Special Privacy Treatment
Posted by: Peter Suciu 2012-12-27 15:22:43
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An unavoidable part of the holidays is finding oneself in a less than flattering photo, but in the era of social media those seemingly "private" photos can become "public" all too easily. Often this can result in a person unwittingly displayed to start beating the privacy drum. This week the cry for privacy came from a Zuckerberg -- namely Randi Zuckerberg, former Facebook executive and sister of Facebook founder Mark. She apparently fell victim to the loopholes and uncertainties of social media privacy policies.

Re: A Flummoxed Randi Zuckerberg Gets Special Privacy Treatment
Posted by: ChrisRoberts 2012-12-27 15:28:41 In reply to: Peter Suciu
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Chris Roberts
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