Facebook changes privacy controls in wake of data scandal

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Facebook changes privacy controls in wake of data scandal

To ease discontent.

Facebook has adjusted its privacy settings to give users more control over their information in a few taps, after an outcry over a whistleblower's allegations that members' data was used to sway the 2016 US election. It put all the settings on one page and made it easier to change and more ...

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