"Reciprocity"

"Reciprocity"

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"Reciprocity": Josh Constine of TechCrunch on Facebook shutting off "Find Friends" access to an increasing number of apps/services: After shutting down data access to several competing apps, Facebook today made two major clarifications to its Platform Policy, banning apps that use its data but make it easy for users to...
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