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Facebook has published a simpler, easier to understand privacy policy which removes complicated technical and legal terms in the previous document without changing much of substance. Less than 7,000 people commented on the social networking site's proposals to change its privacy policy. This allows the company to adopt the …

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Web 0.5

Web 0.5 because Web 2.0, however much it "enriches" the user interface, is a regression in other respects. Web 1.0 didn't have so much monopoly or central control over how data painstakingly provided or presented by millions of users is sold on to advertisers or represented in future.

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But surely...

The safest way would be to simply avoid all the social-diarrhea, oops I mean, social-networking sites.

It's the only way to be sure.

It works for me.

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Grammar Nazi here

"...and with who they share this information with."

Um, try: "...and with whom they share this information."

A philosophical question: does calling myself a Grammar Nazi in a comment invoke Godwin's Law? O_o

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