NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Popular searches on the Internet include Facebook privacy after the social network's founder Mark Zuckerberg admitted the Web site has made mistakes with regard to the handling of user privacy. The Federal Trade Commission recently accused Facebook of invading user privacy on seven different counts. In Facebook's new plan to tackle the complaints, it will now be required to get users' consent before enacting any changes that override their privacy preferences. Facebook must also submit to privacy audits every two years for the next two decades and present its privacy and security policies more clearly. And for those who deactivate their Facebook accounts, the Web site must now stop any access to content on accounts that have been deactivated. Facebook has named two new chief privacy officers. Google Maps is trending as Google ( GOOG) is expanding its mapping technology to include indoor locations. Starting at select airports, shopping malls and retailers, Google's inside mapping will work similarly to its outside mapping. Once a building where a map is available is zoomed in on, a detailed floor plan is displayed and the user's approximate location is indicated by a small blue dot. It will automatically update the map layout as the user moves within the building. For now, there are 18 participating U.S. airports including Chicago's O'Hare, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta and San Francisco. Participating retailers include IKEA, Macy's ( M), Bloomingdale's and Home Depot ( HD). Google Maps 6.0 is only available for Android phones. There is no word yet on when it will be available on other platforms. Johnson Controls ( JCI) is another hot topic. The battery maker said it isn't responsible for the lead poisoning in children in Shanghai after an independent study was concluded.