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Facebook's 2012 Highs And Lows

2012 brought big ups and downs for Facebook, and for the companies that have bet some of their business on it.
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There were several new Facebook features introduced this year that landed with a thud, and this was one of them. Actually, Facebook Stories didn't really seem to land at all. (Have you looked at the page since it was announced?)

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Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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1/2/2013 | 2:26:16 PM
re: Facebook's 2012 Highs And Lows
Usually, when Facebook announces new privacy features, it means the users have to perform a another action to ensure their information and profiles continue to be protected. In this recent change, though, I do believe Facebook made it easier for users to understand how to make better choices about their settings based on what they are comfortable in sharing.
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