Did You Stop Caring About Privacy Once You Joined Facebook?

Log into Twitter and Facebook at least once a day to keep online privacy fears at bay? Those are the 21st century doctor's orders, according to a new study that says active participation in social networks just may be what the doctor ordered to calm people's anxieties about privacy.

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Log into Twitter and Facebook at least once a day to keep online privacy fears at bay? Those are the 21st century doctor’s orders, according to a new study that says active participation in social networks just may be what the doctor ordered to calm people’s anxieties about privacy.

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