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FB unveils new privacy controls

As promised, Facebook just rolled out the new privacy controls that it's been promising in response to the uproar over changes in its privacy settings.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who has come under a lot of personal fire for the privacy issues, wrote the blog posting explaining what they're doing. In the post, Zuckerberg wrote the new privacy controls focus on three things: "a single control for your content, more powerful controls for your basic information and an easy control to turn off all applications."

They've also posted a new privacy guide for how it all works.

I'll start playing around with everything, but in the meantime, what are you thinking about the changes? To get started, here's a view of the new privacy guide:



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