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The WSJ spoke to Facebook's analytics chief Ken Rudin, who said that Facebook is working on a "massive increase" in the amount
We are living in an era where Facebook's Graph Search gives strangers greater access than ever to our "private" data and Google arbitrarily steals our passwords and emails. Did our forefathers misunderstand the demand for privacy as an inalienable right for law-abiding citizens in democracy?
Think you didn't sign on for this? You did. Facebook's Data Use Policy states that "we may get your GPS or other location
Is Facebook tracking which websites users visit even after they've logged out of the service? With my browser logged out
If identity providers are all in the business to make money, why should Facebook -- or any other private company -- be willing to act as an identity provider for federal sites?