The new format, for instance, contains screenshots of exactly what information advertisers get from Facebook about specific users. "We struggle with really hitting home to users that we do not sell their data to advertisers," said one privacy lawyer retained by the site. Early reaction is generally positive. "The new policy is much more of a user guide to how to manage your data," said the director of the Future of Privacy Forum. "You might actually want to read this thing." Adds an MSNBC blogger: "At first glance, this seems entirely for the better."