It often seems like the words "Facebook privacy" are an oxymoron. Everything you post and everything you like is parsed by algorithms and quantified for more effective advertising. Your name and profile picture are public, and depending on your settings, almost everything could be visible to strangers.
On top of that, Facebook's robust Graph Search feature makes it simple for somebody to track you down using surprisingly few details.
The layout, however, is the biggest change. The information is sorted into easy-to-navigate categories. It's still long, but you'll be able to find out what you need to know quickly in plain English.
The goal of this whole enterprise is to increase the number of people reading and engaging with Facebook's terms and conditions. So few people read terms and conditions in general, but they're so crucial for understanding your rights and responsibilities when using free services like Facebook.
I've simplified it even more. Click here to read the three privacy checks you need to do right now on Facebook. Or you could download this free tool to maximize your privacy on social media.