Facebook provokes new ire on privacy after modifying policies
Published on Nov 28, 2012 6:02 AM
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Facebook has run into a fresh attack from privacy activists after the huge social network modified policies on how it manages users' data.
Additionally, the changes make it easier for advertisers and others to send messages on Facebook, limiting users' control, according to privacy rights groups.
Activists have raised a ruckus over the changes, saying they could violate some laws or Facebook's agreement with US regulators earlier this year after complaints from privacy groups.
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