Exclusive: Google's latest Buzz privacy changes enable possible new exploit

Exclusive: Google's latest Buzz privacy changes enable possible new exploit

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By Scott M. Fulton, III, Betanews Today, Google Gmail customers are seeing a promised round of software changes whose purpose is to make Google Buzz users more aware of their privacy options, and to give them a more obvious way to back out of Buzz. These changes come a mere...
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