FaceBook Reverses Privacy Policy Changes

Posted: Feb 19 2009, 1:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:07pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 

FaceBook reverses Privacy Policy Changes
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FaceBook's users revolted against new privacy policies and now the social network leader changed them again to calm the crowd.
The virtual riots got triggered by changes that Facebook had made to its TOS agreement. Some said the changes appeared to give FaceBook a perpetual right to content that users post on the network. FaceBook is supposed to have 175 million users and still tries to find ways to really monetize its users to make it a real business. Just charge everybody a $1/month and it should be enough or not?
Via Reuters.

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