Facebook's new privacy settings are going down well with users and digital watchdogs, writes Alex Wilhelm -- but they've actually left both the company and social marketers in a far stronger position than they were before the crisis began. "And so Facebook has almost played the game brilliantly, pushing people to 200% of their comfort zone, and then relenting back to 150% with everyone's consent. Facebook has convinced the average user to share more without animosity," Wilhelm writes.

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