February 2011
PRWeek (London);2/4/2011, p10
Trade Publication
The article features technology blogs on the reliance of every website on Facebook, an agreement of Facebook with German data protection officials about its Find a Friend address-book scanning service, and the human error factor when posting a link on Facebook.


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