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If you’re like most people on Facebook who use apps, you click “agree” to whatever permissions pop up on your screen. But if you value your online privacy, there are some that you should think twice about allowing.
Since Facebook’s has launched its IPO, we’re releasing an expert list of the three most privacy-invasive Facebook app permissions along with tips for protecting your privacy.