Facebook Says It Disabled Applications that Violate its Privacy Policy

Oct 19, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Facebook said it has disabled applications that violated terms of its privacy policy, after a report from the Wall Street Journal found that the 10 most popular apps on the social-networking site had been transmitting users’ personal identifying information to advertisers, reports USA Today

Nevertheless, Facebook called the report "exaggerated" and said there is "no evidence that any personal information was misused or even collected," the story says. One of Facebook’s most popular games, Zynga’s FarmVille, was one of the games cited in the report. Zynga didn’t respond to a request for comment, the USA Today story says.


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