Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Forever Facebook?

(by Kristin Chapman for World Magazine)

Facebook quietly changed a portion of its terms of service earlier this month, sparking concerns within the blogosphere that members may be locked into a never-ending relationship with the social-networking website. According to the revised statement, which you can read here, it seems Facebook will now have a perpetual license to keep and use anything you post to your account, even if you remove it or later decide to close the account entirely.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg responded yesterday to the privacy concerns–but he never answered the primary question of whether Facebook can use a member’s information forever.

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