Facebook went from being a closed network to an open one with several changes to the privacy controls, that awful Beacon feature, etc. They never back down until there’s immense pressure. Usually even then they don’t back down entirely. And it’s all so they can monetize their site.
Google made a mistake with their wifi collection software and quickly admitted to it when asked about it, then came up with a plan to destroy the data.
How are these two things even remotely similar?
Interesting comparison comment between Google and Facebook reaction to their recent SCRM fiascos.
Oh and Chrome 5.0 is now out!!!!!