Facebook has started dribbling out the latest changes to its ever-changing privacy controls.
New privacy notifications and menus are now greeting members
as they log in to the social network, according to The Next Web. Facebook users in New Zealand seem to be the first on the list to have received these updates.
Based on screenshots published by TNW, members receive a new message alerting them to the changes and explaining how they can block specific users.
A privacy shortcut menu is now part of the main toolbar at the top of your Facebook page. Previously, you'd have to click on the down arrow at the end of the bar to access your privacy settings. But the new and more visible menu displays basic questions on how to set various privacy options, seemingly making it easier to control specific features.