Facebook is by far the largest social networking site with millions of people connecting each day. However there have been some concerns recently that Facebook has been lax on their privacy controls and that they are allowing information to be shared without the users consent. In Monday’s edition of the Washington Post, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, published a letter outlining their plans to simple yet increase the privacy settings and denied that any information is being shared or sold without consent. It may to be too little too late for some users who no longer trust Facebook; however, as immensely popular as Facebook is I’m sure they will be fine. You can read the letter yourself by visiting WashingtonPost.com.