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At a privacy roundtable sponsored by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in San Francisco, Facebook Director of Public Policy Tim Sparapani said that 35 percent of the 350 million Facebook users (that’s 122 million!) actually checked their privacy settings when Facebook suggested it in December.

The BayNewser, a San Francisco media news site, said Sparapani told their reporter that “the industry average for users’ actively engaging with their settings is actually between 5-10 percent.”

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Tom Kelchner