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Wednesday March 31, 2010

Data Sifted From Facebook Wiped After Legal Threats

Even though Facebook thinks the "age of privacy is over" they sure got pissed when this guy sifted user info from 210 million public profiles.

Lawyers from the social networking site contacted Pete Warden, an entrepreneur based in Boulder, Colorado, in February after he announced plans to release data he had collected from the public profiles of 210 million Facebook users.

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