The Devil is in the Defaults: Facebook Privacy Revisions


Sat, May 29th, 2010 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

If Facebook were truly committed to protecting privacy, it would start with the assumption that people want less access to their information, not more. Facebook offered up the user-interface only, leaving the default settings tuned in favour of exposure rather than privacy; however, despite claims to the contrary by the popular internet site, ignoring the default settings for more than two years demonstrates Facebook's lack of true commitment to privacy.



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