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Facebook has made big changes to its privacy system, and you can't ignore them. If you haven't gotten this login blocker screen yet, you will soon.
The new simple privacy settings page appears to want to take all your wall posts and photos and make them visible to everyone on the Web. You don't have to accept that.
Facebook gives you some feedback when you finish the update.
If you bypass the new settings page and drill into the real privacy settings, you'll find you still have a lot of very specific control over who sees what.
One big benefit of the new privacy system: You can specify, for each post, who gets to see it. You can even specify who doesn't get to see something.
Facebook has explained its new privacy settings. But as noted in previous slides, the old, precise control is still there.