Facebook is rolling out new privacy options after a blog post, in which he also promised that there wouldn't be any sneaky changes to the privacy framework "for a long time".. Chief 'booker Mark Zuckerberg announced the new-look privacy settings in a
The new settings can be viewed and altered on one page and with one click, unlike the current settings, which are confusingly split over different pages. A handy grid now shows who can see what -- whether your pictures, updates and content sharing can be seen by friends, friends of friends, or everyone. You will still have the option of diving into your settings to fine-tune them as you like.
You can turn off all applications, so even your public information is not shared with apps. The amount of public information has also been stripped right down to just your name, profile picture, gender and any networks you join.
You can also completely kill the controversial instant personalisation feature. This tracks your activity across the Web, and your friends' activity too, in Facebook's '' network of partner sites.
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