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Old 13th May, 2012, 11:20 PM
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On Facebook, deleting an app doesn't delete your data from their system

Facebook announced some intended changes to its data use policy to "enhance transparency", according to a Friday post on its Facebook and Privacy page. The updates include better explanations, examples, and "tips" denoted in the text with a lightbulb, as well as some revelations about how third parties deal with users' data.
Story here: On Facebook, deleting an app doesn’t delete your data from their system | Ars Technica
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