© Sofokleousin.gr Facebook: Changes in privacy settings are coming up
Changes in privacy settings, Facebook is preparing, according to a company’s announcement today, to address, to some extent, the huge scandal that broke out in connection with the misappropriation of personal data.
The minor corrections were announced on Wednesday, according to MarketWatch, which will come into operation in the coming weeks, are about a new central settings window, containing special tools, where users can review their deleted activities, such as old publications, if they wish.
However, as liberal.gr transmits, some of these data, such as ads “clicked” by users, can still not be deleted.
“Any information that users will erase will be erased by their servers also”,
the company said.
In addition, Facebook will redesign its menu settings on mobile devices, which so far are divided into 20 different screens, and will gather the security and privacy options at a specific point.
This move is part of Facebook’s wider changes in its effort to support privacy policies, according to deputy security officer Rov Sherman.
The changes occurred amid intense scrutiny by users and regulators, after the company’s admission on March 16 for the misappropriation of personal data by Analytica Cambridge.
Reactions have shaken Facebook and have plunged its share, which has cut its value by $95 billion in just a week.
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