New Facebook privacy settings to keep in mind
Facebook has plowed through the last several months, releasing an uncharacteristic number of changes: a facial recognition feature, revamped News Feeds, a privacy center redesign, Subscriptions, new profiles and more.
All this change has left many users unhappy and scrambling to understand how it affects their privacy and security. If Facebook is moving faster than you can keep up with, here's a roundup of what's important and which privacy settings you should modify now.
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