Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week shed insight on his company's plans to make the Web more social by letting users share personal preferences on external sites across the Internet, TIME reports. The company's new Open Graph suite of products, unveiled this week at its annual developers' conference, includes a "Like" button that Facebook wants every page on the Web to have. "We are building a Web where the default is social," Zuckerberg said. The chairman of Electronic Frontiers Australia told the Sydney Morning Herald that expanding the offering to so many third-party sites will clearly bring privacy concerns.
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