When the Federal Trade Commission announced Friday that its privacy settlement with Facebook was finalized, one of the conditions mentioned in last November’s agreement was the social network’s December 2009 shuttering of its verified applications program. The Guardian offered more details on why the verified apps program was scrapped.
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The privacy settlement between Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission, announced in late November of last year, is now finalized, as the period of public comment has expired.