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    Christian Science Monitor: Facebook status updates go public for some users

    The Christian Science Monitor reports on a change in the privacy of Facebook updates.

    Word of caution: Those Facebook status updates you’re posting may soon be available to the public by default.

    But don’t worry just yet.

    Users who have set their profile privacy options to be viewed by “everyone,” are the only ones whose status will be immediately available to the public. At least for now.

    Yesterday, Facebook wrote a blog post announcing it has started testing a new beta version of its updated program “Publisher,” which gives users the option to make Facebook status updates public or not – though the default setting is public.

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