London Guardian 
Oct 17, 2012
Reports – and myths – about user privacy abound on Facebook. Is it time for the social network to be more open with users?
In the weeks since Mark Zuckerberg trumpeted Facebook’s growth to 1bn monthly users, there has been a lot of focus on the social network’s struggle to convince investors of its worth .
But if almost daily reports on user privacy are any indication, Facebook should be just as concerned about its relationship with users, who are increasingly miffed about what the site does or doesn’t do with their data.
On Monday, for example, came a dispatch onFacebook’s labyrinthian suite of privacy controls , and how they still display private information.