Facebook Streamlines User Data Permissions Into a Single Dialog Box

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As part of Facebook’s announcement around its new Open Graph yesterday, it says it is changing how user data access permissions work for third-party applications and web sites. It’s getting rid of the multiple dialog boxes that developers have had to implement in the past. Now there will be just one box, and developers will need to ask for the specific types of data they want to access, rather than asking for users to share all of their profile data.

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