Facebook has come under quite a bit of criticism in the last over it privacy settings, and now it looks like the worlds largest social network may change its privacy policies, which is good news for Facebook users.
According to a recent report by the WSJ, Facebook has come to an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission, and the agreement would mean that Facebnook would have to obtain a users permission before making “material retroactive changes” to its privacy policies.
This will be good new for users, as it will make changes to privacy settings more obvious to users and they would now have to agree to them before any changes top their settings are made.
Source The Next Web
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