How To Secure Your Facebook Privacy

 

Anonymous attacks FacebookBy Nataliya Schafer

Facebook has changed its privacy policies several times since the site first launched in September 2006, leaving many of its users confused over its latest privacy policy adjustment.

In December 2009 the website changed its security policy for a third time, suddenly making information that could be censored from certain people (such as relationship status and sexual orientation) in to publicly accessible information unless settings were manually readjusted.

According to Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg “people [nowadays] are more open to sharing information,” and their tweaked privacy settings now reflect this ‘social norm’.

Even if you frequently monitor your security settings, you may be missing some newly changed settings that can be easily readjusted.

Allfacebook.com , makeuseof.com, and spylogic.net all have excellent guides on how to ensure you aren’t sharing more with your relatives or boss than you want to.


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