Oct 252010
 October 25, 2010  Posted by  Business, Online

Jeremy Kirk reports:

A company that compiles profiles of Internet users for targeted advertising said it is no longer passing user identifiers used by Facebook and MySpace to advertising networks due to privacy concerns.

Rapleaf, a company based in San Francisco, acknowledged the issue, which was highlighted in a recent Wall Street Journal series of stories concerning data collection and online privacy.

Read more on Computerworld.

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