Facebook: Respect my Privacy

Did you hear about the latest Facebook privacy problem? The personal information from over 100 million Facebook profiles has been published as a public, downloadable file.

This is yet another reminder of why Facebook should stop sharing personal information unless users give their opt-in permission first.

Facebook has a history of only responding to privacy concerns under pressure from users, so it's important to speak out now. Click the red button to sign the "Facebook: Protect my Privacy" petition.

A compiled petition with your individual comment will be presented to Facebook.

Sign the Petition

Full petition text:
"Sites like Facebook must respect my privacy. They should not make information about me or my friends public without my explicit permission."

*Your Name:
Your Street Address:  
State: *Zip:

Your message to Facebook: (optional)

I use Facebook.
I use Twitter.
I use another social networking site.

(see privacy policy below)

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