Last November, the Google Dashboard launch to show users what data was collected among various Google products. Now, Google Buzz is being added to the Dashboard.
There, you can get a quick view of how many people are in your network and what's being shared. There are also links to edit your settings in case you want to share more or less.
The move comes after the first week of Google Buzz was wrought with privacy concerns. Google has addressed the privacy issue in many ways. First, they made it more visible who was following who. Then, they turned off auto-follow, which was the real problem. They also added a Buzz tab in Gmail settings.
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