Facebook has been attacked by users and critics alike because of its sly way of slipping in new privacy settings, but they won’t be able to do this anymore. The FTC is forcking Zuckerberg’s social network giant to simplify its privacy settings and make new changes opt-in, or else. The FTC will be keeping Facebook on probation for 20 years, doing periodic checks to make sure the company is following the rules.

 

Source:

http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2011/11/privacysettlement.shtm

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Daniel Buchanan

Daniel Buchanan is a local IT Consultant and runs GetMorePC. He writes blog posts and articles that he hopes are helpful to his present and potential customers, as well as anyone affected by computer technology. Daniel Buchanan has 16 years experiencing fixing computers and networking. GetMorePC was started in 2004 in Knoxville, TN and now has two offices, one in Fountain City and one in downtown Knoxville.

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