All-Hands Facebook Privacy Confab?

By  |  Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 5:00 pm

All Facebook’s Nick O’Neill is reporting that Facebook has called an all-hands staff meeting tomorrow at 4pM PT to discuss matters relating to privacy. He’s speculating that it’ll involve news of further changes to the site’s controversial recent changes.

While we wait for the upshot (if any), let’s conduct a silly little poll:

 
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  1. Zatz Says:

    I’m “somewhat uncomfortable” and very precise in what I do not reveal. I rarely post anything there and my profile is pretty barren.

  2. heulenwolf Says:

    My profile is just about empty, too. I hear that I can’t count on things being gone when I delete them so I’m better off never entering them. It would be so nice to use Facebook as a phonebook but I just don’t trust it.

  3. heulenwolf Says:

    I just deactivated my Facebook account and will soon be deleting it. Here’s a link to a copy of my going-away message: http://agcrazylegs.blogspot.com/2010/05/i-just-posted-following-message-to-my.html

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