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Facebook Rolling Out New Simplified Privacy Model For Groups - Public And Private

Reuters | Washington DC | Updated: 14-08-2019 21:46 IST | Created: 14-08-2019 21:44 IST
Facebook Rolling Out New Simplified Privacy Model For Groups - Public And Private
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Facebook Inc: * FACEBOOK INC SAYS ROLLING OUT A NEW SIMPLIFIED PRIVACY MODEL FOR GROUPS - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE

* FACEBOOK SAYS HAVING 2 PRIVACY SETTINGS FOR GROUPS WILL HELP MAKE IT CLEARER ABOUT WHO CAN FIND THE GROUP & SEE MEMBERS & POSTS THAT ARE PART OF IT * FACEBOOK INC SAYS GROUP ADMINS WILL BE ABLE TO CLEARLY CHOOSE WHETHER OR NOT THE GROUP CAN BE FOUND IN SEARCH AND OTHER PLACES

* FACEBOOK SAYS BY DEFAULT, A GROUP THAT WAS FORMERLY 'SECRET' WILL NOW BE 'PRIVATE' & 'HIDDEN' * FACEBOOK INC - PUBLIC GROUPS ALLOW ANYONE TO SEE WHO'S IN THE GROUP AND EVERYTHING THAT'S SHARED THERE.

* FACEBOOK INC - WITH PRIVATE GROUPS, ONLY MEMBERS CAN SEE WHO ELSE IS IN THE GROUP AND WHAT THEY'VE POSTED. * FACEBOOK SAYS A GROUP THAT WAS FORMERLY 'CLOSED' WILL NOW BE 'PRIVATE' AND 'VISIBLE' & GROUPS THAT ARE 'PUBLIC' WILL REMAIN 'PUBLIC' AND 'VISIBLE' Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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