Facebook CEO Mark (Data) Suckahberg has just sunk his talons deeper into your digital carcass.
New York Times piece (via the Boston Globe):
Critics probably won’t like Facebook’s policy
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook pressed ahead Friday with changes to its privacy policies, first proposed in August, that make it clear that users’ postings on the service and other personal data can be used in advertising on the site.
The proposed changes drew an outcry from many users, some privacy groups, and members of Congress, and prompted the Federal Trade Commission to scrutinize the company’s plans.
Of course, the FTC’s scrutinizing of anything means that nothing will actually happen . . .
Read the rest at Sneak Adtack.