In its first step to try and restore confidence in its platform after the Cambridge Analytica fiasco, Facebook has unveiled more organized privacy settings and a new data management tool called "Access Your Information".
According to a blog post by Erin Egan, VP and Chief Privacy Officer and Ashlie Beringer, VP and Deputy General Counsel, the Facebook mobile app has been redesigned to make it easier for users to find the privacy settings they need. In the past, settings were distributed over 20 different pages, but are now going to be available from a single location.
The upcoming mobile app will also have an updated Privacy Shortcuts menu that will contain a more organized layout that allows you to enhance security and control all your information in an easier way. These sections are:
Facebook also announced a new tool called "Access Your Information" that will display all of your data and information that is accessible on Facebook from a single page. From the image below, it appears that they will organize all your data into various categories such a Friends, Posts, Photos and Videos, Likes and Reactions, etc.
From here you will be dig down into a particular category and delete any information that you wish.
Facebook has told Bleeping Computer that these features will be rolling out in the coming weeks.