A group of European data protection agencies – the Article 29 Working Party – recently joined the vociferous chorus of criticism against the social networking bigwig Facebook, saying that the most recent privacy changes introduced by Facebook may have breached European laws.
According to reports, Facebook deactivations are apparently on the rise, with well-known people from the tech industry ditching their accounts on the social networking site.
In fact, the phrase “how to quit Facebook” generated almost 17 million results in a Google search on Tuesday morning; while “how do I delete my Facebook account?” resulted in nearly 16 million links.
According to a Techcrunch report, Zynga – the online game developer of Farmville and Scramble fame – is apparently planning to launch its own social gaming network, Zynga Live; thereby indicating that the firm may part ways with its primary platform partner, Facebook.
According to a research, that was released Retrevo, one in ten people under the age of 25 are comfortable to send a text messages while they are involved in a love making session.
In a new complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), as many as fifteen consumer privacy groups have taken an aim at the social networking site Facebook’s recent changes, claiming that these changes “limit the ability a users’ ability to browse the Internet anonymously.”
There are almost 1.5 million kiwis using Facebook. And what is amazing is that the maximum kiwi users of Facebook are females. They account for 56% of the total kiwi users on Facebook. It means that Facebook is the best way of reaching a kiwi customer.
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