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Facebook ups privacy settings

The social networking site's "Privacy Shortcuts" will now be a pull-down tab on users' home pages, so users won't have to "navigate through a separate set of pages" in order to make privacy settings, according to the company. Facebook (FB) is launching an "in-product education" that will school users on where their information is showing up as privacy becomes a big concern for the company's more than 1 bil users. Shares fell 1.4% to 27.58.