Facebook’s Privacy Fixes Are Good Enough for Canada — for Now

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Last year, Canada’s privacy commissioner was not so sure about the social networking company’s ways.

Then came a round of fixes — and a subsequent change of heart. A Thursday Los Angeles Times report notes that Jennifer Stoddart believes Facebook’s May changes simplified an otherwise complex system for its users.

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Despite those improvements, Stoddart believes the privacy battle is far from finished. With 15 million users residing in her country, she told Canada’s own Globe and Mail that complaints, notably over the “like” button, continue rolling onto her desk. With that in mind, her organization is beginning to look into that new area of concern.

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