Recently the user privacy have become the focus in people's daily life. Facebook is not the only one which has been accused to reveal the user's information undelegated, Myspace has been reported to share user ID data with advertisers too. There's also a study said apps are 'tracking' users. But why there are still so many users can't leave Facebook?
Since Facebook's launch, the company has slowly but surely opened up the network to the globe. What it comes at a serious price is: your privacy. But why the privacy became the trouble now? Let's take a look at Facebook's privacy policies:
2005--"No personal information that you submit to Thefacebook will be available to any user of the Web Site who does not belong to at least one of the groups specified by you in your privacy settings."
2006--"Our default privacy settings limit the information displayed in your profile to your school, your specified local area, and other reasonable community limitations that we tell you about."
2007--"Your name, school name, and profile picture thumbnail will be available in search results across the Facebook network unless you alter your privacy settings."
2008--Facebook Connect opens up, allowing users to log in to other web sites using their Facebook login information.
2009--"The default privacy setting for certain types of information you post on Facebook is set to "everyone." You can review and change the default settings in your privacy settings."
2010--" When you connect with an application or web site, it will have access to General Information about you. The term General Information includes your and your friends' names, profile pictures, gender, user IDs, connections, and any content shared using the Everyone privacy setting. ... The default privacy setting for certain types of information you post on Facebook is set to "everyone."
Now, you can find out how Facebook's changes have eroded your privacy while playing games on the social network.
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