Facebook has decided to suspend its latest privacy policy modification, which would have enabled third-party applications to access users' addresses and cell phone numbers, reports the Inquirer. The company said it would protect users' personal information by only sharing it with third parties if the user explicitly granted permission to do so, but a Facebook spokesman this week said the company would "temporarily disable the feature" based on feedback that it could make people more clearly aware of the changes. Some have questioned how the third parties would use the additional data.
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