One of the biggest thorns in Facebook’s side is the issue of privacy.
Not so much from Facebook’s perspective, but moreso from the privacy police out there who, no matter what Facebook does, will continue to feel that Facebook is not doing enough to protect people’s privacy.
My opinion has always been… “well then, just don’t use Facebook if you have an issue with it.”
Anyway, I digress.
So in their effort to make privacy control more accessible, this week Facebook rolled out privacy setting access via mobile devices.
n a December 8 blog post, Facebook product manager Rose Yao explained: “Now you can see a detailed view of the information you’ve shared with various applications and websites and adjust your settings on the go. A full list of all the applications you use, along with when they last accessed your information, is now available in the Applications and Websites section of your privacy settings.”
These settings have yet to roll out to the popular iPhone Facebook app, or even the Android Facebook App – they are seen for now only on the mobile version of the Facebook website.