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by Nancy Scola. Tech President, May 26, 2010. "Facebook's recent privacy changes reverberated loudly in and out of Washington. With many people grumbling about closing their Facebook accounts, U.S. senators have been making noises about calling in the Federal Trade Commission, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg even took to the Washington Post, DC's morning read, on Monday to issue something of a mea culpa. But some who work in government and in politics are, more quietly, talking about a slightly different problem with what Facebook has done. They're concerned that, in Facebook's quest for Internet ubiquity, the company has stepped into the relationships that government bodies and politicians have been building with citizens on Facebook, a relationship given a boost by President Barack Obama's open government push and one encouraged, aggressively, by Facebook..."
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