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Facebook is rolling out privacy-guarding features for a change

11
Apr
2014

Facebook has long been slammed for breaching the privacy of its customers in the past, but the company seems to be interested in introducing more privacy-guarding features that should help users better protect the things they share on the social network while also making sure Facebook still runs as it’s expected to. As Engadget reports, Facebook has learned from thousands of surveys performed each day that not all users are aware they can share certain posts only with certain audiences, instead of the general public, and that’s something it wants to fix. “When people have an unpleasant surprise like this,” Facebook’s privacy product manager Mike Nowak said, “It’s bad for them, and it’s bad for us.” The company will not create other filters,

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