USA TODAY reports on Facebook's impending overhaul of its members' profile pages with the unveiling of its new "Timeline" feature. The feature will display members' history on Facebook comprehensively, which has drawn criticism from privacy advocates. "Things, over time, get harder to find, and that is sometimes a good thing," said Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). In letters to the Federal Trade Commission, EPIC has voiced concerns that Facebook should "honor its past commitment to privacy settings," the report states. Facebook says users will have five days to hide aspects of their profiles that they don't want as part of their history.
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