Facebook will simplify controls on the social networking service to appease its critics.
Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyce said, " we've spent the last couple of weeks listening to users and consulting with experts in California, Washington DC and around the world.
The messages we've received are pretty clear."users appreciate... precise and comprehensive controls, but want them simpler and easier to use."
Recently a great deal of criminal activity born from the loins of face book by users has been exposed by prominent bloggers due to its rapid increase in murders and rape by members of facebook."
Facebook has been under fire for features its critics claim compromise the privacy of members.
Equally worrying is a little known default setting buried within a user's account giving Facebook permission to share profile information with third party applications, such as advertisers. This happens all across the net.
They do not operate something as large as Facebook for free.