Last month the social network was found to breach Canadian law by holding on to users' personal data indefinitely.
Facebook has now agreed to make changes to the way it handles this information and be more transparent about what data it collects and why.
It will also make it clear that users can deactivate or delete their account."
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Sunday, September 27, 2009
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