Wow, in the worst story I've heard about Facebook privacy yet, it turns out that through a glitch in Facebook's programming, they gave personal user information to advertisers (reported first by the Wall Street Journal). As another Cnet article reports:
"But the social-networking site confirmed late Thursday that it has, at least in some circumstances, sent the user name of a Facebook member to its advertising partners. That can be used to glean a person's name, interests, and list of friends."
Wow. Once again, the term "Facebook privacy" has become an oxymoron, and the brunt of millions of jokes. I'm very glad I deleted all of my Facebook data and bailed out of there.
How are you feeling about your Facebook privacy today?