Facebook announced today new up-to-date tools to protect your privacy. Virtually the service seems to have consolidated some of the existing settings into a single screen offering much easier access to its users.
Previously, Facebook privacy settings were a mess, and if you searched for them on your mobile you would find them on 20 different screens. But today, mobile app users will have to open a page.
The company is reported to have removed some of the confidentiality settings it considers "outdated".
The announcement also states that a new privacy menu is being released, which will contain all the usual privacy and account protection functions.
From the new menu, you'll be able to set up two-factor authentication, limit who can see your posts, and control your ads preferences.
According to Facebook, there is also a new tool that makes it simpler to download your information or delete your account.
All of the above changes came from Facebook only when the scandal with her was revealed Cambridge Analytica. The fact seems to have made the members of the social network more aware, as well as big companies that supported it. Of course, the losses occurred directly on the stock market, as well as in large partnerships of the company.
With these tools, Facebook seeks to restore public trust. The company's goal is also to restore confidence to advertisers and investors, who have increasingly begun to see Facebook as a brand name.