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Mark Zuckerberg Says Let There Be Better Privacy On Facebook, And So It Came To Pass

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has taken the unprecedented step of sending a message to all 350 million members of Facebook about changes to the popular social networks’ privacy policies. In the letter, Zuckerberg explains that Facebook has outgrown geographic regions for networks (such as Australia, India etc) so as of an unspecified date (possibly [...]
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