Facebook and privacy – again!

This time it looks good for Facebook and privacy.  According to this screen-shot, courtesy The Atlantic.com, Facebook is simplifying it’s settings and making common sense recommendations.  More importantly, they are letting members prevent third party websites and applications for receiving personal data.

But before, I let Facebook off the hook, I want to hear from the Electronic Frontier Foundation which has been an excellent consumer watchdog on this issue.

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