60% of Facebook users consider quitting over privacy

Over the last few days we’ve been running an online poll asking Facebook users if privacy concerns might make them consider quitting the service.

The votes have now been counted, and reveal the extent of members’ concerns regarding the popular social network’s privacy settings. Our findings suggest that almost two thirds of Facebook users are considering leaving, with 16% of those polled claiming to have already stopped using Facebook as a result of inadequate control over their data.



Read more in my article at Naked Security.

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