Facebook Commits to Privacy After FTC Smackdown

Facebook reached a settlement with the FTC today regarding the FTC’s suit accusing Facebook of “unfair and deceptive” business practices concerning what some have described as the site’s alarmingly poor track record regarding user privacy. Our colleague Colin Zick over at our sister blog, Security, Privacy, and the Law, provides an overview of the settlement. Check it out!

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