In news that may interest wireless communication device users, the social networking site Facebook has announced a significant revamp of how users control their privacy on the site.
Among the raft of changes, it has been confirmed that items posted online will each have their own sharing settings determining who can see them.
Despite the arrival of another privacy refresh, Chris Cox, Facebook's vice-president of product, said it did not necessarily mean the old system was confusing.
"I don't think the old controls were bad. I just think the new ones are much better," he told BBC News.
"The goal is just to make [the settings] more inline and more immediate, just right there in the profile."
Further to this, Mr Cox rejected speculation that Facebook was revamping its privacy controls to accommodate users under the age of 13 years.
"This change is really just about the people that are on Facebook today and the new users who just joined today and making it easier for them."