Privacy Groups Already Whining To FTC About Facebook's Latest

Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Photos

The clamor about Facebook’s changes to its privacy policy — the ones where the social network encourages its users to abandon their privacy — is getting louder.

Today a coalition of privacy groups, led by the Electronic Privacy Information centre,  filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, asking the regulators to force Facebook to turn on its old settings. The complaint, and Facebook’s response, are at the bottom of this post.

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