Social networking isn't just for fun anymore, and more and more businesses now have a Facebook presence. However, security has been a worrisome matter. Now Facebook has seemingly started to take it a little more seriously. Last month, they started giving users the option to switch to HTTPS to encrypt communications sent to the site with SSL (this isn't enabled by default, though - you have to go into your settings to turn it on). Now they're going further, and have announced that they will be pushing developers to support HTTPS for Facebook apps. They also have announced that they're working on providing SSL encryption for communications from mobile devices, as well.
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