StraightUpSocial News Links for 3/29/2010

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Facebook Proposes Revisions to Privacy Policy, Hints at More Location Features

The social media giant is looking to change its Privacy Policy and Statement of Rights, but with a catch, Facebook wants user feedback. Changes will likely include location features, which may be announced during Facebook’s f8 developer conference.

No Flash On The iPad? No Problem. Brightcove Turns Videos Into HTML 5

TechCrunch’s Erick Schonfeld writes about what’s considered one of the iPad’s biggest weaknesses – no Flash – and how an Internet TV platform company will stream its videos in an HTML 5 player when it detects an iPad.

YouTube Steps Up Facebook Integration, Shows Shared Videos

YouTube announced that it will soon allow users to see what YouTube videos your friends are sharing on the social media giant – Facebook.

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