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    Other defendents included Blockbuster, Fandango, Overstock.com, Zappos.com, and Gamefly.

    Give me a public option

    by tlemon on Wed Dec 09, 2009 at 02:42:25 PM PST

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      Facebook users who don’t adjust their privacy settings will begin publishing their status updates and photos to the entire internet Wednesday, a change made by Facebook in its simplification of its privacy tools in order to keep up with the popularity of micro-publishing sites like Twitter

      But the new suggested default for those postings is everyone, a powerful change that will bring much of what’s been hidden behind Facebook’s privacy firewalls to become visible to the entire net, the way that written posts are on Twitter or photos are via DailyBooth or TwitPic.

      The world will see your info.

      Give me a public option

      by tlemon on Wed Dec 09, 2009 at 03:18:55 PM PST

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