Facebook's ever-changing privacy controls -- or seeming lack thereof -- have caused a ruckus among Web users lately. Making matters worse, media reports about youthful CEO Mark Zuckerberg imply that he's too cavalier about privacy; a recent piece in Wired complained that Facebook had "gone rogue."
However, given the realities of online business, many other companies' bosses could be holding their breath right now, hoping no one will accuse them of being lax in securing all the very personal data users give them about their tastes and activities. Amazon.com
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