Today, Facebook announced changes to its user privacy settings in response to last week’s report that Cambridge Analytica maintained copies of private data for 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge or content. The changes include a redesign of the settings menu on mobile devices, a privacy shortcuts menu, and improved data access and management for users.
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