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Heidi N. Moore: In '09, @JuliaAngwin told me her answer to Facebook's privacy woes was accepting all friend requests. Now, opposite: http://t.co/nCQVGPJe

Epicurean Dealmaker: My decision to never, ever, ever join Facebook in the first place is looking better and better: http://t.co/an7WHIyu via @felixsalmon

felix salmon: “For those who I am unfriending, apologies. I am trying to protect the contextual integrity of our relationship.” http://t.co/5JvPrT0R

Peter Kafka: RT @waltmossberg: Why my colleague and privacy expert @JuliaAngwin has decided to unfriend all her friends on Facebook. http://t.co/TFdkoc5A

Rachel Dodes Wortman: For @JuliaAngwin, unfriending is the best way to be a friend. http://t.co/stdg5dfK

Rachel Dodes Wortman: RT @LaurenGoode: WSJ Editor @JuliaAngwin on why she's deleting Facebook "friends" http://t.co/hVVinOU3

Felix Gillette: "when I share information with a certain group or friend on Facebook, I am often surprised by where the data ends up." http://t.co/WmZlrFtJ

Jack Shafer: RT @JuliaAngwin: Facebook friends - I'm sorry that I am unfriending you this week. Here's why: http://t.co/J54cZknl

Julia Angwin: Facebook friends - I'm sorry that I am unfriending you this week. Here's why: http://t.co/1ajfbgal

Julia Angwin: Facebook friends - I'm sorry that I am unfriending you this week. Here's why: http://t.co/1ajfbgal

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