Search giant says it's ‘sorry’ for upset caused by social networking program
By Suzanne Choney
updated 5:00 p.m. ET Feb. 15, 2010
For the second time in a week, Google announced major changes to its controversial social media program Buzz, including those that will give users more control over what information is shared.
The company also apologized for "not getting everything quite right" with the program's release a week ago. Buzz is part of the popular Gmail e-mail program, and many users have been outraged by Buzz' invasive nature.