PRIVACY SHREDDING SOCIAL NETWORK Facebook has made changes to its data use policy in order to appease the Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC).
Egan suggested that users have a look at Facebook's proposed updates and pass on their feedback and scheduled a video question and answer session on 14 May. Egan said, "We work on user privacy issues each and every day - it matters. We listen closely to your advice and together we can make Facebook the community we want."
Facebook needs to be seen to be handling privacy concerns as the firm gets closer to becoming a public company. However at the end of the day, Facebook makes money by using its users' data to flog advertising, something that its 10 different privacy, terms and policy web pages cannot hide. µ
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