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Foursquare announced last week that it is changing its privacy policy effective January 28, PC Magazine reports. The service will now show full names across its website instead of a mix of first name and last initial, and it will allow businesses to see an expanded list of users who have checked in. A company e-mail stated, “This is great for helping store owners identify their customers and give them more personal service or offers.” Foursquare has also created “Privacy 101,” a stripped-down version of its privacy policy. Meanwhile, a class-action lawsuit has been filed against Instagram for its proposed privacy policy changes. According to the report, the lawsuit cites a breach of contract, among other claims.
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