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Re: Facebook's Bossy, Cagey Privacy Maneuvers
Posted by Paul Hartsock on 2009-12-11 10:19:05
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In making a move meant to enhance user privacy, Facebook went about things in a kind of intrusive way this week. As you know, the site started out as a college-kids-only social network, and the content you'd find on Facebook at that time reflected the demographic in all its boozy glory. But now Facebook's for everyone, and it's a serious enterprise, so the company felt compelled to give a stern lecture to all of its members, regardless of age, reminding them to grow up and review their privacy settings, lest the photos of their silly antics with a bottle of Captain Morgan be exposed to the world at large.

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Re: Facebook's Bossy, Cagey Privacy Maneuvers  Paul Hartsock  2009-12-11 10:19:05
Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor  technologyb2b  2009-12-11 17:56:44
Required?  rclef  2009-12-11 10:24:26
Required.  PaulHartsock  2009-12-13 08:22:48
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