Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook hosted a conference call today to introduce new privacy settings.

The gist of it is, Facebook is making it so users can share links, text, video and photographs with either their friends, a sub-set of their friends, or — just like Twitter — “everyone.” Previously, users could only share these things with their friends. The changes will take three weeks and will roll out in waves.

Here’s a how Facebook illustrated the new options for reporters:

Facebook Privacy Enhancements

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Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

Facebook's New Twitter-Squashing Privacy Settings

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