It’s been a rough week for Facebook Inc., as the Menlo Park-based company maneuvers through the backlash of the Cambridge Analytica snafu, which exposed data from more than 50 million of the platform’s users. Since news broke earlier this month, Facebook’s seen an influx of lawsuits and criticism over its lack of transparency and protection of user’s private data.
On Wednesday morning, the social media company’s vice president and deputy general counsel Ashlie Beringer published a blog post co-authored with Erin Egan, Facebook’s VP and chief privacy officer, policy, detailing how the company will make its privacy tools and settings easier to find.
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