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Facebook Giving Hill Staffers A Privacy Rundown Thursday

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-Facebook D.C.-Thursday, Facebook will be speaking with hill staffers about the company’s new privacy settings which are expected to be rolled out at some point during the day (the time of which has not been specified yet). A public Facebook event, first spotted by Mashable, describes the new event and also happens to be one of the company’s recently hired employees, Corey Owens‘, first events on the hill as a Facebook employees, which will surely be interesting.
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Facebook Looking To Hire Fourth D.C. Employee

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Facebook D.C. IconYesterday Facebook posted a new job on their site, looking to hire a manager of public policy in Washington, D.C. Considering that this employee will be the fourth at Facebook’s D.C. office, there’s no doubt that it will be a competitive position. According to the job listing, the “Manager, Public Policy” will “monitor legislative and regulatory matters at the state governmental level, participate in federal policy discussions, and lead [Facebook's] interactions with consumer organizations”.
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Facebook Adds A Third Employee To D.C. Office

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-Andrew Noyes Headshot-Over the weekend we started receiving tips about a new hire at Facebook’s D.C. office but as of today, we’ve found out that the new hire is Andrew Noyse, who was most recently at the National Journal. This is the third employee following Adam Conner and Tim Sparapani. While Facebook has a relatively small presence in comparison to Google, the company continues to expand and as the site matures, one would only expect its D.C. presence to expand as well.
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