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Daily Dashboard | Opinion: New Site Puts Privacy First Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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A new social networking site has learned the lessons of past privacy mishaps and made privacy the "No. 1 feature of its new service," says Nick Bilton in The New York Times. Google launched its new social network Google+ last month and now has 10 million users whose posts are private by default, the report states. Breaches of user privacy on other sites have rarely led to repercussions, and users have mostly stuck with Facebook because there hasn't been a "viable alternative," Bilton writes, adding, Google seems to have learned "the importance of privacy for consumers online." (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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