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  • The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Facebook revealed the sexual preferences of users despite those users have chosen ‘privacy lock-down’ settings on Facebook. The article describes two students who were casualties of a privacy loophole on Facebook—the fact that anyone can be added to a group by a friend without their approval. As a result, the two lost control over their secrets, even though both students were sophisticated users who had attempted to use Facebook’s privacy settings to shield some of their activities from their parents. Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyes responded with a statement blaming the users: ‘Our hearts go out to these young people. Their unfortunate experience reminds us that we must continue our work to empower and educate users about our robust privacy controls.’

    heres your daily reminder to delete your facebook

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      If you must have a facebook, here’s a good rule to follow: Do not put anything on facebook that you don’t want anyone to...
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      And here’s the how-to.
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