Facebook Calls Company-Wide Meeting On Privacy Crisis

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So far, the company line from Facebook during its current privacy brouhaha has been that all the noise is coming from the media and people who moan about privacy issues for a living – not actual users.But maybe that’s changing.

The AllFacebook blog reports that Facebook will hold a company-wide meeting tomorrow at 4 P.M. PST to discuss privacy issues.

AllFacebook speculates that Facebook will shut down or pause “Instant personalisation,” the partnership Facebook announced a couple weeks ago that shares users’ data with Yelp, Pandora and Docs.com.

In the meantime, click here to learn how to put your Facebook on privacy lockdown >

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