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Facebook handled the change quite poorly - bad PR and communication. However,
what Facebook tried to do was to change its terms and conditions to reflect technical reality, monetary reality, and plain old reality. And I say more power to them!

There is a solution if you are concerned about the privacy of your data -- don’t make it public! Social media is fun. It offers a great way to make connections -- but it comes with risks! Borrowing liberally from an old bumper sticker, Facebook does not post embarrassing information... people do.

http://www.internetevolution.com/author.asp?section_id=715&doc_id=172217&

sounds like Facebook made the same mistake that Google made with their Chrome (web browser) end user license agreement

Oops. I should have checked the name I accused of incompetence... It's Mark Zuckerberg.

I must say, he seems to backpedal quicker than ever, these days.

Sorry for the mistook! (Next time, I'll try to remember to check.)
Carolyn Ann

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