In response to public outcry over its privacy policies, Facebook has outlined its new plan.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a news conference Wednesday in an attempt to ease tension over the social networking site's privacy policies.
Time Magazine has spotlighted the controversy over Facebook's privacy
policies for its nearly 500 million users.
A report of several social media sites breaking current promises over privacy will no doubt intensify what was already shaping up to be a touchy controversy.
After a Facebook post complaining about a tip a waitress is looking for a new job.
Another dumb criminal story. This should score Facebook some points amid all the scrutiny.
Facebook has been under scrutiny from users and various groups concerned with the site's security and privacy policies. The online social network is rolling out security measures to battle scammers and spammers.
Following a gaffe that exposed what were supposed to be private messages, and criticism from several senators, the juggernaut of social media is now under fire from several consumer advocate organizations.