Facebook to Address Employees' Anxiety About Privacy

Published on May 13, 2010
by Jessica E. Vascellaro

Facebook Inc. executives will field questions from employees anxious about the privacy implications of a pair of features for spreading its services across the Web that prompted a public outcry.

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is planning to attend the meeting, scheduled for 4 p.m. West Coast time, according to a person familiar with the matter.

This person said the company isn’t planning to announce any changes to the features at the meeting and that no modifications to its product or policies were “imminent.”

“We have an open culture and it should come as no surprise that we’re providing a forum for employees to ask questions on a topic that has received a lot of outside interest,” a Facebook spokesman said in a statement.

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