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Facebook Announces "Anonymous Log-In" For Apps

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced this week that in an effort to grant users more privacy, the social network plans to offer an "anonymous log-in" option for apps, which allows users to try out third-party apps without giving over access to personal information in their Facebook accounts. What do you think?

  • “I don’t feel comfortable with other apps invading the privacy I already surrendered to Facebook.”

    Kenneth Fountaine
    Public Works Inspector
  • "Will there be a way to send my personal information directly to the app's advertisers? I don't want to miss out on a personalized experience."

    Zack Anderson
    Unemployed
  • "I love how Mark Zuckerberg is always thinking about us.”

    Julie Welker
    Soloist