Facebook Changes Privacy Settings

    SAN ANSELMO, CA - MAY 09:  The Facebook website is displayed on a laptop computer on May 9, 2011 in San Anselmo, California.  An investigation by The Pew Research Center found that Facebook has become a player in the news industry as the popular social media site is driving an increasing amount of traffic to news web sites.  (Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    Once again, Facebook’s never-ending privacy setting debate is rearing its confusing head. While it used to be possible for users to control who could look up their profiles by name, Facebook announced that privilege would be deleted on Wednesday. Apparently, the setting was causing confusion. "Our concern, quite frankly, is that people think it provides a level of security, but it actually doesn't," said one member of Facebook’s privacy team. As for other changes, the social-networking site also unveiled a new menu tool bar, a request option for editing posts on friends’ walls, and a multiple untagging option. Let the outraged statuses begin.

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