In a blog posted on Facebook, Zuckerberg explained the changes, which make it easier for users to choose how their information, pictures and preferences are shared publicly, as well as enabling them to switch off third-party applications.
Earlier this week, Zuckerberg defended the site from accusations that it was cavalier with users' data, but admitted that sometimes we move too fast and after listening to recent concerns, we're responding.
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