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Publicly-traded Facebook, smart phone logger concerns many users

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This week, the tech world was buzzing with two major headlines – the first, the possibility that social media site Facebook might go public soon, and the second, a program found in most smartphones that logs much of what users do with their phones.  Chris Peralta talked to 352 Media Group Chief Marketing Officer Peter Van Rysdam about both these stories, and what their implications might be for users.

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