Facebook extends privacy controls to mobile

Facebook has extended its privacy controls to mobile devices, meaning anyone can control what information is publicly seen about them on the site, while on the move.In May 2010, as a response to international criticism of Facebook’s increasingly complex privacy toolset, it amended its privacy controls, making them ‘simpler’ to use.To read this report from London’s Daily Telegraph in full, see:
www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/7926918/Facebook-extends-privacy-controls-to-mobile.htmlAlso see:Facebook Privacy Controls Go Mobile
In the face of rising concern and scrutiny about privacy issues, Facebook will make some of its privacy controls available from any mobile device through m.facebook.com, the company announced Wednesday.
techdailydose.nationaljournal.com/2010/08/facebook-privacy-controls-go-m.phpFacebook at risk of breaching privacy laws
With over 400 million active users worldwide, Facebook is a force to be reckoned with. However, by collecting information about people who do not have a Facebook page, the popular social networking site could be contravening privacy laws.

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