Facebook Crushes Privacy with Impunity


Wed, Apr 21st, 2010 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

Facebook's new campaign to win developers who might otherwise code for Twitter has seen user's privacy decrease even further: the social media giant is allowing the outside websites with which it shares user data to hold on to said data, rather than dispose of the information within 24 hours as previously agreed. Maybe it's time to kiss your Facebook account goodbye? (via OpenAttitude)



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