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Does Facebook finally care about your privacy?

23
May
2014

Facebook on Thursday announced new privacy-related features that apply to both existing and new users interested in joining the platforms. The company has apparently acknowledged the fact that not all things should be shared with the public, and Facebook users should be able to only share stuff with their friends. “While some people want to post to everyone, others have told us that they are more comfortable sharing with a smaller group, like just their friends,” the company wrote on its blog. “We recognize that it is much worse for someone to accidentally share with everyone when they actually meant to share just with friends, compared with the reverse.” In other words, new Facebook users will have the default audience

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