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 January 21, 2011  Business, Non-U.S., Online

First they charge Google criminally over the WiFi debacle, and now this:

Facebook, the first online social network, said that it will change some privacy options in South Korea, after the communications regulator demanded greater protection of user information. Said today the Communications Commission of South Korea (KCC), Facebook has agreed to add new features on its website beginning in March will need the consent of users to gather private data.

Read more on CoffeeToday, although the translation is a bit awkward.

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