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Facebook's new privacy settings explained

Nilay Patel
05.27.10
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Sure, it took Facebook a little too long to realize its users wanted easy-to-use privacy controls instead of an ever-increasing array of complex and granular settings that most people ignored until it was too late and photographic evidence of their rampant immorality was being emailed directly to their employers, but even the new system has some quirks, and it's always going to be up to you to manage what information you're publishing. It's not complicated stuff, but we promise you a quick peek at this little intro course our friends at Switched put together will be worth it in the end -- you don't want Spring Break 2006 to ruin your life all over again, do you?

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