Help Net Security: "The recent Facebook privacy changes, the public outcry they caused and the petition by a group of U.S. senators to the Federal Trade Commission to restrict the amount of personal information that online social networks can use."
ZDNet: "In a Globe and Mail report, the insurance industry wants to use sites such as Facebook to collect and use background information collected to contradict any evidence you have used in your claim for damages."
Wall Street Journal: "Facebook, MySpace and several other social-networking sites have been sending data to advertising companies that could be used to find consumers' names and other personal details, despite promises they don't share such information without consent."
Dissociated Press: "I love the concept, hate the execution. I've written about that before. Facebook encourages the kind of bad netiquette it's taken years to drum out of people. "Oh, I like this page and look - it has a 'forward to all my friends' button.""