Wednesday, June 02, 2010

People Aren’t Quitting Facebook, but Privacy Questions Continue - Digits - WSJ

A timely Facebook privacy reality check

May 31 — dubbed “Quit Facebook Day” by a group unhappy over Facebook’s privacy policies — has come and gone, and fewer than 35,000 people, less than .009% of the social-networking site’s users, agreed to quit.

But Facebook is still facing questions about its privacy policies from lawmakers; the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter Friday to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg requesting more details about what information Facebook provides to third parties and how the service’s policies have changed since it was founded.

People Aren’t Quitting Facebook, but Privacy Questions Continue - Digits - WSJ

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