Google changes Buzz privacy settings–again

Perhaps you, like me, have a friend who is always fond of the obvious. Perhaps that friend doesn’t work at Google.Having launched its new Buzz service last week, melding some mimicry of Twitter and Facebook, Google seemed to take a page straight from the latter’s Beacon of customer service by creating start-up settings that were anything other than comfortable, anything other than private. see:Google tweaks Buzz to address privacy concerns
Just two days after launching its Buzz social networking tools, Google last night said it has tweaked the technology address early privacy concerns.Google last night disclosed in a blog post that the quick updates makes it easier for users to block access to their pages and eases the path to finding two privacy features.

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