Yet Another Facebook Privacy Fiasco on PCWorld Podcast 76

This week on the PCWorld Podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Mark Sullivan, Ginny Mies, and Nick Mediati dig into the latest Facebook privacy fiasco, uncovered by the PCWorld and Macworld teams on Wednesday night. Nick Mediati recaps how the problem was spotted, and how Facebook responded to our story.

Our resident telecom watcher, senior editor Mark Sullivan, talks us through the FCC's new overtures toward regulating the broadband industry, and what it means for the future of net neutrality.

And Ginny Mies gives us her take on the latest Android phone to hit T-Mobile, the MyTouch 3G Slide. It's svelte and smart, with a full keypad housed in its tiny frame. Could this be the smartphone for you?

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