Jun 182010
 
 June 18, 2010  Online

Antone Gonsalves reports:

Facebook quickly responded to an open letter that a coalition of consumer privacy advocates sent Wednesday urging the online social network to take what the organizations see as critical steps to protect Facebook users’ personal information.

In its rebuttal, Facebook reminded the coalition that last month it simplified procedures for controlling information sharing. The site also said it was willing to continue talking to advocacy groups and others “in a constructive dialogue about these important issues.”

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