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BLOGS: A Bill of Privacy Rights for Social Network Users

EFF has published a proposed Bill of Privacy Rights that “a responsible social network service should provide to its users.” In brief, it includes

#1: The Right to Informed Decision-Making
Users should have the right to a clear user interface that allows them to make informed choices about who sees their data and how it is used…

#2: The Right to Control
Social network services must ensure that users retain control over the use and disclosure of their data…

#3: The Right to Leave
Users giveth, and users should have the right to taketh away…
Kurt Opsahl

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