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Facebook Does About-Face Following Privacy Backlash

January 19, 2011 No Comments

Days after giving app developers the ability to learn users’ home addresses and cellphone numbers, Facebook has decided to put the feature on hold in order to improve it for a later redeployment. When the feature was first implemented Friday, the social network said it would enable various new app functions in fields like e-commerce, but privacy advocates expressed serious concern.

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