Who gets to see what, and when -- that's what Facebook unveiled today. It's all about making those pesky, oft-complained-about privacy settings easier for users to adjust and monitor.
Again: Facebook has not changed or accessed your privacy settings. They've made it easier for you to control them.
It also helps separate the platform from that social start-up, Google+.
Some other improvements, according to allfacebook.com, include:
A guide to the whole unveiling is here. It'll help users understand just how shares are distributed.
The photo tagging approval is intriguing, because it can help users avoid what inevitably winds up being a potentially embarrassing post by a no-doubt well-intentioned 'friend.'