U.K. Privacy Overseers Worry About E-Footprints

The U.K.'s privacy watchdog says the explosion of personal information online is a problem for Facebook.com users. A government survey found that most young people post their date of birth, and one in 10 lists a home address, and a great deal more. Some 75 percent of users say they did not want potential employers reading their Facebook.com profiles.



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