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Facebook Privacy, again.

I've written about Facebook privacy a couple of times, here, and here. Facebook's privacy policy has grown from 1,004 words in 2005 to nearly 6,000 words in 2010, and has become harder to figure out.

Personally, I know people who have decided to quit, or otherwise greatly minimize their use of Facebook. I maintain the library's Facebook page, and I do believe that Facebook can still be used safely. As with any technology, the user has to be informed in order to use it wisely.

Here are some things you can do.


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