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Facebook Privacy Page

Facebook Creates a Dedicated Privacy Page

How many times have you heard the term "Facebook privacy" over the past few weeks? Probably too many to count, but it doesn't seem like the conversation will be over anytime soon. In response, Facebook has created a dedicated privacy page that resembles a traditional Facebook profile page. On it, articles about privacy changes, how-to video, and links to other resources. Plus, it gives users the chance to comment and ask questions regarding the settings and changes.

A Facebook Blog post explains that the page was created as "a living resource and a venue to facilitate an interactive discussion about privacy." Hopefully this is another step in the right direction for Facebook and their privacy practices. And, to leave feedback of your own, visit facebook.com/privacyfeedback.

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