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Privacy by Default

Unlikely.

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HTTPS by Default</b><br/>Users who have turned on the HTTPS option on their accounts are secure knowing that their user data is encrypted, making i...

Mixed. Possibly for mobile, but unlikely for the main pages.

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Vetting Applications</b><br/>There has to be a middle ground between Apple's App Store and Facebook's current free-for-all. While it would make the...

Unlikely

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Vetting Application Developers</b><br/>If not the applications themselves, then the developers should be vetted. Right now, anyone can become a Fac...

Low

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Two-Factor Authentication</b><br/>Two-factor authentication secures the login process by forcing users to use something they have (a token, a code-...

High, as Facebook is in the process of rolling this out.

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Delete Forever</b><br/>Apparently delete doesn't really mean delete permanently in Facebook's world. There were reports of how, despite deleting im...

Moderate. A fix was supposed to be in place, but Facebook did not respond as to whether that fix has finally been implemented.

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Controls for Photo Tagging</b><br/>Currently, users can opt out of letting friends check them into Facebook Places. The ability to tag photos shoul...

Unlikely

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Secure Facebook Connect</b><br/>More and more sites are turning on Facebook Connect and users are becoming more comfortable handing over their Face...

Moderate

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Deciding What Apps Can Do</b><br/>Instead of a blanket Allow on letting applications have access to user data, it should be customizable. Users can...

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Real-Time Web Application Protection</b><br/>There have been a number of cross-site scripting attacks detected in the Facebook API recently, which...

Unlikely

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