Users have been up in arms about the site's latest privacy changes, which took away users' ability to hide basic information, like their "Interests." And according to The Financial Times, European data protection officials aren't too fond of them either.
Tuesday's New York Times Q&A with VP of public policy Elliot Schrage didn't do much to quell the outrage. His responses -- which included statements like "If you’re not comfortable sharing, don’t" -- have been called "borderline arrogant" and "consistent, contrived, and predictable."
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— Erin Barker, Digital Content Reporter, Light Reading Cable