A Timeline of Facebook user privacy freak-out

Hey Zuckerberg! Maybe your personal Timeline right about now should show some rethinking on how much of your users’ personal information you choose to make public as standard. Read the post on #Naked Security.

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2 Responses to “A Timeline of Facebook user privacy freak-out”

  1. Alastair October 20, 2011 9:16 am
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    So someone at facebook thinks 7 days is a nice round number, just enough time to allow them reason to promote it, not enough time for the average facebook user to find it.

    Maybe the 99% protesting on wall street can create an offshoot called the 31% ?

    From Facebooks Full Data Use policy

    Opportunity to comment and vote
    Unless we make a change for legal or administrative reasons, or to correct an inaccurate statement, we will give you seven (7) days to provide us with comments on the change. If we receive more than 7000 comments concerning a particular change, we will put the change up for a vote. The vote will be binding on us if more than 30% of all active registered users as of the date of the notice vote.

    https://www.facebook.com/full_data_use_policy

    • Lisa Vaas October 20, 2011 12:03 pm
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      Yea, actually, that’s incredibly math-y, isn’t it? Which means that we should check with the beauty pageant contest nominees, who were asked whether math should be taught in school. Watch the video: I particularly love Ms. Vermont and Ms. Hawaii. They should team up to help Facebook with their math issues.