Byron Acohido reports:
Google on Saturday again revised privacy settings of Buzz, the new social network it has piggy- backed onto tens of millions of existing Gmail accounts.
It was the second major revision in 72 hours. The search giant has been scrambling all week to quell backlash from Gmail users upset about how Google has introduced the new service and how Buzz taps into their Gmail contacts list.
On Saturday afternoon, Google announced another revision. It said first time users will be presented with a series of pre-checked boxes, each showing a photo and name of a specific person Google suggests the user follows, chosen from those they e-mail and chat with “the most,” says company spokeswoman Victoria Katsarou.
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