On the Vista wave of criticism on matters of privacy, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has today promised to give users an easy way to remove third-party service. Probably, but most users would be much happier if Facebook with a simple approach to choose these services, instead of them.
public outcry about the visibility of the desired user information Facebook has reached the halls of Congress, challenging U.S. Senator Charles Schumer released an open letter last month asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to draw up guidelines on the confidentiality of all social networking sites – such as Twitter and MySpace such as Facebook – and keep an eye on compliance.
In an effort to bring the dispute Zuckerberg wrote an editorial column published in the Washington Post on Monday, promising to make changes “as soon as possible” to simplify the Facebook privacy controls for users.[link url=http://24discover.blogspot.com/2010/05/unrest-spreads-in-jamaica-over-drug_24.html]