The most vocal opponent has been the consumer watchdog group Electronic Frontier Foundation. "The fact that Facebook's 350 million users are being forced to grapple with their privacy settings is a good thing," says EFF staff attorney Kevin Bankston. "That doesn't justify the incredibly broad defaults that they're trying to get people to accept or the transformation from personal data into publicly-available information."

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Forbes.com

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