Facebook says it’s making new changes to protect your privacy.
Settings have long been a concern for users of the world's largest social networking site.
Now Facebook will make it so users can control who sees a photo or a status update when it’s posted.
The way it’s set up now.....you have to work your way through lists and settings pages in order to adjust these settings.
Competitor Google Plus is already doing this.
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