Facebook hits 350 million users; Announces 'network and privacy' settings updates

Facebook announced of that more than 350 million people around the world are using Facebook to share their lives online. Mark Zuckerberg, posted about the upcoming updates and asking members for feedback. The post suggest of removing current regional networks, which’re said to be overloaded with members, some with more than 100 million members. Also […]

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Facebook announced of that more than 350 million people around the world are using Facebook to share their lives online. Mark Zuckerberg, posted about the upcoming updates and asking members for feedback. The post suggest of removing current regional networks, which’re said to be overloaded with members, some with more than 100 million members. Also adding new simpler privacy settings, and an ability to control who sees each individual piece of content you create or upload. Some settings will be combined to make controlling your content a little easier. In the next couple of weeks, users'll be asked to review and update their privacy settings. You'll see a message that’ll explain the changes and take you to a page where you can update your settings.

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