Thursday, May 13, 2010


The good folks at the New York Times have broken down the dizzying array of privacy changes Facebook are implementing more and more regularly. In a time when consumers have control, or want control, Facebook might just be shooting themselves in the foot with their penchant to confuse and sell your personal data for profit. I remember when Facebook put their trust in user opinion. It seems the more Facebook tries to commoditize, the more they take advantage of the Facebook users that make their service thrive.

Interesting factoid: Facebook has a longer privacy policy than the United States Constitution

For full breakout image: NYT

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