Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has responded to privacy concerns raised recently after the company made a change to its Terms of Service which left the impression that the social network could keep and use copies of user content (e.g. photos, notes, and personal information) in perpetuity even if users removed the information and closed their accounts.
David Sarno of the LA Times goes in depth about Zuckerberg’s comments and what the changes in Facebook’s Terms of Service might mean for you. Read the full article here.
Sadly, most people would not have looked closely enough to notice the change in Facebook's Terms of Service… looks them social networkers are doing a good job of looking out for each other