Jul 072011
 July 7, 2011  Posted by  Business, Online

Leena Rao reports:

Getting ahead of any privacy issues surround your product is an important part of product development for any company. Facebook, unfortunately, learned this the hard way. Social gaming giant Zynga is adding a layer of transparency today with the launch of a new privacy initiative called PrivacyVille.

In typical Zynga fashion, PrivacyVille isn’t your average dull privacy education course but is instead a game-like tutorial that rewards players with the company’s virtual currency zPoints inRewardVille for learning more about Zynga’s privacy practices.

Read more on TechCrunch.

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