Facebook has revealed it will implementing new privacy options from today.
“I can confirm that our new, simpler privacy settings are starting to roll out tomorrow evening so stay tuned on our blog for more details,” Facebook told the BBC yesterday.
The news comes just says after Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted in a column in the Washington Post, the company has made mistakes in its continuing push to further enable social connections.
“It’s a challenge to keep that many people satisfied over time, so we move quickly to serve that community with new ways to connect with the social web and each other. Sometimes we move too fast – and after listening to recent concerns, we’re responding.”
He added that Facebook hoped to introduce new, easier-to-use privacy settings, and make it simpler for users to make sure their personal information isn’t shared with third-party websites.
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