Facebook gets poked by Canada over privacy


Fri, Jul 17th, 2009 08:40 by capnasty NEWS

Canada has become the first country in the world to rein in Facebook's giant, information-sharing machine, with the federal privacy commissioner taking a poke at the global, social-networking site for being too loose with users' personal data.



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