Facebook's Phony Privacy Battle

I wonder whether Facebook (or any company that thrives by sharing our data) is the best judge of what’s okay to hand over to investigators.

Looking out for you?

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When Facebook made user names,  profile pictures and other personal information publicly available a few years ago, founder Mark Zuckerberg said that people had started to care less and less about privacy. He told TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington: "That social norm is just something that has evolved over time.” And he said that Facebook was changing to keep up.

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