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Facebook is so tough on leaks that one employee was concerned the company was tracking his phone's location (FB)

Facebook protects itself against leaks by tracking down the leakers and firing them. One Facebook employee who anonymously spoke to Wired recently asked the reporter to turn off his phone so the company couldn't track their location. To corporate giants like Facebook, leaks to rivals or the media are a cardinal sin. That notion was clear in a new Wired story about Facebook's rocky time over the last two years.
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