Facebook chief exec, Mark Zuckerberg, revealed major changes to the social network’s mega-slated privacy controls in a press conference yesterday.

Facebook’s new privacy controls will be rolling out “over the next few days or weeks”, and centre around fears about how the company handles the vast amount of personal data stored on its servers.

A post on the Facebook blog details the new privacy changes in full.

Essentially, a new single page has been introduced for setting Facebook information visible to just friends, friends of friends or the web at large.

Facebook’s baby-faced CEO (who created the network when he was 19) was forced to introduce the changes after worldwide backlash over the amount of info being involuntarily shared by users.

Here’s what the new Facebook privacy controls page looks like:

Facebook privacy controls page

Get more information here: facebook.com/blog

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