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Some Facebook games no longer ask permission to access your profile information

You probably don’t think much of Facebook games asking for permission to access your basic information (birthday, friends list, profile picture, and other public details tied to your account), but that little dialog box (like the one pictured above) can turn off potential players from trying a new game. When you’re a giant publisher like Zynga or Electronic Arts who deals with an audience of millions, you want to make it as easy as possible for people to open your app.

This is why Zynga, Kixeye, and EA have worked a deal with Facebook to allow users to start playing their games without having to agree to any dialog boxes.

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BX812257d ago

I'm not a fan of any company taking anyones info with out asking, no matter how big or small the info may be.