Oct 122013
 
 October 12, 2013  Business, Online, U.S.

Marie Szaniszlo reports:

Privacy advocates were dealt a one-two punch this week as Google announced plans to sell some of its users’ information for use in advertisements, and Facebook said it’s removing the privacy setting for Timeline searches.

Read more on Boston Herald.  Kristin Burnham has more on the Facebook changes on InformationWeek.

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