Facebook: Friend, or Frenemy?
May 04, 2010, 04:32 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rikki Kite)
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"Meanwhile, back on the farmville, Facebook doesn't seem to be
taking anyone's privacy into consideration.
"Over the past couple of weeks there's been lot of discussion
online about Facebook's handling of user-provided information.
Frankly, I'm worried. I double-checked my own settings and was
disappointed to see that information I thought only my friends
could see was just hanging out there in the e-breeze. Then when I
tried to restrict that information, I had to use documentation
provided by other Facebook users instead of information supplied by
"Then I checked my 13-year-old daughter's information. She
assured me that her information was private and only her friends
could see it. She was surprised when we checked her account and
found that a lot of her information was hanging out there in the