SeeYou, Inc., is an online social network. SeeYou’s members develop personalized profiles to interact and share information— photos, videos, stories, activity updates, and other items— with other members. Members post the information that they want to share and decide with whom they want to share it. SeeYou launched a pro-gram to allow members to share with others what they do elsewhere online. For example, if a member rents a movie through Netflix, SeeYou will broadcast that information to everyone in the member’s online network. How can SeeYou avoid complaints that this program violates its members’ privacy?

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