June 19, 2011 Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin doesn't have to deal with press conferences from once-friendly former porn stars or tabloids publishing photos of his illegitimate child (if he has either). So speculation about his private life flourishes online.
Zuckerberg unveiled the privacy changes on Wednesday.
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May 27, 2010 The social site's founder says sharing information is a crucial part of Facebook's core mission.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers a keynote address at the Facebook developers conference in San Francisco on April 21.
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April 29, 2010 There's been a lot of chatter about changes Facebook made to its privacy settings. For some people the controversy is overblown, but many say Facebook has gone too far. NPR's Andy Carvin looks at ways to adjust your settings to control access.
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