Apr 052013
 
 April 5, 2013  Business

Wendy Davis reports:

Facebook’s new mobile software, Facebook Home, is already raising the hackles of privacy activists, who say the company’s poor record is cause for concern.

“From a privacy perspective, Facebook is an unstable platform for a communication service,” Electronic Privacy Information Center president Marc Rotenberg says in an email to MediaPost. “The company changes privacy settings of users too frequently. And in the U.S. there are too few legal safeguards for users.”

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