I wholeheartedly agree with this assessment. What’s more, the privacy settings are still a mess with multiple different parameters for different features. It’s a period of user-beware on Facebook.
The idea that personal photos and comments can be seen by all 350 million Facebook users has angered privacy groups.
The complaint, filed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center and signed by nine other privacy groups, argues that the recent changes “adversely impact users”.
“Facebook’s changes to users’ privacy settings disclose personal information to the public that was previously restricted,” the complaint read.
“These changes violate user expectations, diminish user privacy, and contradict Facebook’s own representations,” it goes on.