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 August 31, 2013  Business, Online

Steve Henn reports:

Writing a post about Facebook changing its privacy policies can feel like a fool’s errand.

Nearly everyone who has a pulse — and lives part of his life online — most likely knows how Facebook makes its money and understands why this service, which connects 1.1 billion people, is free.

But here we go again.

Facebook is updating its privacy policies — one more time.

These changes — driven in part by a recent class-action settlement — are designed to allow Facebook to continue using images and information about its members, including minors, in so-called sponsored stories (ads) that appear on the site.

Read more on NPR.

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