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This afternoon I was reading an editorial piece by Adam Cohen in the New York Times. Adam makes a great point about the need for granular privacy settings, “Users should be asked if they want information to be viewable by others, and by whom: Their friends? Everyone in the world? Privacy settings, which allow for this kind of screening, should be prominent, clear and easily managed.”
What I’m a little confused about is why he said Facebook hasn’t made enough steps to empower users to control their privacy settings.