Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess


New Privacy Controls for Facebook on Wednesday
March 18, 2008, 10:22 pm
Filed under: Networking/Social Media, Technology

Straight from TechCrunch today:

“Facebook announced new privacy controls at a press event at their downtown Palo Alto headquarters today…The new privacy controls, which will launch on Wednesday morning, allow users to do more with Friend Lists. Users can now set specific privacy controls for different friend groups…[they] can create a friend grouping for co-workers, for example, and share different profile information, updates and other information such as photo albums with that group. Users can put friends into multiple groups…Late last year Facebook started allowing users to group friends, but there was little customization that could be done after the grouping. That effectively made it a useless feature. Now, users have tools that they can use to make those distinctions meaningful.”

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