NEW YORK (CBS) ― Facebook’s vice president of product privacy Chris Cox announced that starting Wednesday, May 26, Facebook will be launching “drastically simplified” and improved privacy controls. Cox made the announcement at TechCrunch Disrupt, a start-up event in New York City.READ MORE: Former President Donald Trump Expected To Give Video Deposition In Trump Tower Security Lawsuit
Cox suggested that these new changes would help alleviate some of the recent privacy problems Facebook has faced.
In a blog post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company “missed the mark” and “made a bunch of mistakes.” He also has said they are working on a “simpler way to control your information.”
CNet.com’s Caroline McCarthy posted a lengthy list of what she characterized as “Facebook’s Follies,” outlining the social networking giant’s “notorious and not-so-notorious misfires over the years.”MORE NEWS: FDA, CDC May Approve COVID Vaccine Booster Shots For Millions This Week
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