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FB responds to privacy issues

Everyone should be well aware by now of the issues people are having with Facebook's privacy.

Facebook_Badge_02_24_2009 Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is addressing the issues directly with an editorial in the Washington Post, where he writes, that despite its evolution from a "dorm-room project" to a site used by millions of people, that Facebook still is based on these five principles:

  • You have control over how your information is shared.                                                                                                                                      We do not share your personal information with people or services you don't want
  • We do not give advertisers access to your personal information.
  • We do not and never will sell any of your information to anyone.
  • We will always keep Facebook a free service for everyone.
He adds that additional privacy contols that are easy to use will be available in the "coming weeks".

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