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Fri, 08 Sep 2006 13:00:26 -0500
Fast-growing U.S. social network Web site Facebook said on Friday it|
has adopted new privacy controls following an unprecedented online
backlash over a new feature that let users track their friends online.
Facebook, which has about 9.5 million members comprised mostly of
Earlier this week, the site introduced new features called "News Feed"
"These additional privacy features put control of who sees what
The new privacy controls now let users block information on the News
Facebook, the No. 2 social network behind News Corp.'s MySpace.com,
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