All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘facebook privacy policy’

Will Facebook’s Privacy Woes Grow in 2013?

Facebook cannot win the privacy issue. The company thrives on allowing advertisers to target their potential customers with pinpoint accuracy, and that takes highly personal data. Even if Facebook were to magically be able to provide the privacy settings that its critics want, incidents such as the outing of a Gay college student would still occur. That’s because the problem …

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Facebook Denies Lifting Ban on Minors

As investors wonder why Facebook stock isn’t skyrocketing, with some suggesting that the social network was aware of potential problems by possibly filing a rumored reduced guidance, which is essentially a bad forecast of future business – now another rumor surrounds the sensational IPO – that Facebook plans to lift the ban on under-thirteen-year-olds joining the site. According to an …

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