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Apparently Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t believe in privacy, at least when it’s not his.
www.timesofearth.com BOSTON – Under heavy pressure, the social networking site makes some big changes to its privacy policies. Facebook has done a privacy backflip, overhauling user profile settings after a global backlash that had regulators, privacy advocates and lawmakers banging down its doors. Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s founder and chief executive, said the Watch video…
Syndicated technology columnist Marc Saltzman is interviewed by CTV News Channel about new changes proposed by facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Ar there legitimate security or privacy concerns, here?
How to change facebook privacy settings.
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After criticism over security controls, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced new privacy controls designed to give users more control. Whit Johnson reports.
U of M Law School professor Bill McGeveran says that facebook’s recent privacy changes are causing quite the stir from the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) to United State Senators to users. While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims that users don’t have a right to privacy on the internet, McGeveran points out that this Watch video…
The ladies discusss the recent Facebook privacy changes and the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Watch full episodes of The View at theview.abc.go.com
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Posted by Ernie @ shortformblog.com Is Mark Zuckerberg playing fair with your privacy? That’s the big question asked in this week’s “60 Minutes” interview, which focused on Facebook and its new profile page redesign.
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, speaks at the developer breakout session at SXSW Interactive 2008. He touches on the issues regarding data portability and privacy.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg explains Facebook’s new privacy settings after a user backlash erupted from changes made by the online giant in April