Wednesday, 18 February 2009

More on Facebook

I find facebook to be the most innovative new web offering and see it as a key future technology with collaboration and knowledge management. I am betting that Sharepoint and facebook are a match made in heaven, so watch this space.

The founder of Facebook says the social network will return to its previous terms of service regarding user data.

In a blog post Mark Zuckerberg said the move was temporary "while we resolve the issues that people have raised".
Users had complained after new terms of service seemed to suggest Facebook would retain personal data even if someone deleted their account.

Mark Zuckerbert is the founder of Facebook

Originally defending the changes, Mr Zuckerberg had said it was to better reflect how people used the site.

He had said the changes were made to ensure that if a user deleted his or her account any comments or messages he or she had left on a friend's Facebook page would not also disappear.
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