Founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg are facing a huge negative impact on the scandal in Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook makes it much easier for users to control their privacy settings. The giant of social networks announced the reorganization of its settings menu on Wednesday.
One of the biggest changes is that Facebook users will no longer have to switch to “almost 20 different screens”. To make different account changes; now all the settings will be on the same page.
Officials said the company decided to make changes after people complained that it was too difficult to find privacy settings.
Facebook said that most of the redesign was in the works before it became clear that Cambridge Analytica received information about 50 million U.S users.
In addition to the reorganized settings menu. Facebook is also gets rid of outdated settings, creates a privacy shortcut menu and introduces tools. That allows users to delete the information they’ve previously shared.
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Now make your Facebook account more secure
With the update of new settings, users can add to their account additional levels of protection, such as two-factor authentication. If they enabled two-factor authentication and someone tries to log into their account from a device that Facebook does not recognize, the user will be asked to confirm whether they own the account.
The new changes will also allow people to see what they have shared and removed if they want. This includes messages that they shared or responded to, requests from friends they sent, and everything they were searched for on Facebook.
The option to manage the information Facebook users to display ads is currently outstanding.
Facebook will now allow people to easily manage their messages and profile information. This will mean that users own what they share on Facebook, and can manage things such as who sees messages and information that they choose to include in their profile.
This will Change Everything You Know
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