Facebook users have begun to see a 'Privacy Checkup' pop-up on their News Feeds.
New privacy settings keep Facebook newcomers from posting embarrassing status updates for the entire web to see.
Facebook maintains the proposed changes only a matter of clarification, but consumer watchdogs sing a different tune.
Randi Zuckerberg, former Facebook director and sister of Mark, has been tripped up by the social network's privacy settings.
A privacy rights activist weighs in on what's going on with the social network's policies and a potential site-wide vote.
Facebook has outlined a new set of user policy guidelines that will prevent users vetoing future changes.