Friday, May 14, 2010

Simple solutions for simple minds, a continuing series

A European data protection group on Wednesday penned a letter to Facebook in which it told the social networking site that its recent privacy changes are "unacceptable".

That Article 29 Working Party, a collection of European data groups, sent letters to 20 social networking sites overall, but singled out Facebook for "fundamentally chang[ing] the default settings on its social-networking platform to the detriment of a user."
If one is that concerned about the privacy policies of Facebook, don't join.

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