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This article was published on December 20, 2012

TNW’s Daily Dose: Facebook’s privacy options and Google sells its Motorola Home division

TNW’s Daily Dose: Facebook’s privacy options and Google sells its Motorola Home division
Jamillah Knowles
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Jamillah is the UK Editor for The Next Web. She's based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live's Outriders. Follow on Twitter @jemi Jamillah is the UK Editor for The Next Web. She's based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live's Outriders. Follow on Twitter @jemimah_knight or drop a line to [email protected]

Facebook sharpens up its privacy tools, Google finally sells its Motorola Home division and the Snapjoy of photographs has been acquired by Dropbox. All this and more in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Facebook starts rolling out new privacy settings, making it easier to control what data is public. Read more
  • Google has sold Motorola Home for $2.35 billion in cash and stock. Read more
  • After buying a music streaming service, Dropbox nabs Snapjoy to strengthen its photo offerings. Read more

  

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