First, the good news.
Facebook has simplified its privacy settings.
The incredibly popular social networking site has kept the promise it made last week and come up with an attractive and seemingly simpler replacement for what was a terrifying labyrinth of privacy options.
And there are some positive changes here. For instance, now you’ll be able to control who can see your friends and pages. That information will no longer have to be public.
You can read more about the new privacy settings interface (it hasn’t yet rolled-out for all users) on Facebook’s website.
Now, the bad news.
In my opinion, Facebook missed a chance to regain the trust of those people who are concerned that it doesn’t take the privacy and safety of its users seriously enough.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.