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Facebook Security Improvements Require a Bit of Digging

April 22, 2011 No Comments

Being a social networker doesn’t necessarily mean a person is tech-savvy, and that can be a problem when it comes to how Facebook handles security. The site offers a new feature that improves its HTTPS setting for example, but to benefit from it, users are required to know that the setting exists — or that HTTPS exists, for that matter — as well as how it works and what effects it will have on them.

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