facebook-privacy-settings

So, like every other one of the world's 1.28 billion monthly active Facebook users, you blindly agreed to Facebook's Terms and Conditions without reading the fine print.
So, like every other one of the world's 1.28 billion monthly Facebook users, you blindly agreed to Facebook's Terms and Conditions without reading the fine print.
If you're online, if you use a smartphone, you're an experimental subject in proprietary research studies of how best to target, engage and monetize you.
The changes come after years of criticism surrounding the social network. The company had to pay a $20 million settlement
A marketing stunt for the upcoming Ubisoft game "Watch Dogs" is inadvertently allowing users to check how well they've set
Making your posts public can lead to disaster. The latest example from just this week: A Tennessee woman found that her Facebook
Educating children on the best way to use websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr may protect them from potential problems.
Whether you are just beginning to toy with the idea of serving your spouse divorce papers or you are already deep in the
Of course, unless you read the privacy policy -- or happen to see one of your duped connections featured in similar brand promotion in your feed -- you have no idea that this will happen.
Facebook initially included, then removed, a line about how minors who join the site needed a parent or guardian to give
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"The setting was created when Facebook was a simple directory of profiles and it was very limited," he wrote. "For example
On Wednesday, six privacy groups sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission insisting that new language Facebook wants
If you're irked by the the idea of strangers finding out personal details of your life with a few clicks in a search bar, there are steps you can take to ensure your privacy on Facebook.
Time to check out one of Facebook Graph Search's main sources of information, the pages you've liked. Go to your profile's
8) A Facebook page is not cause for concern Ninety-four percent of American teens have a Facebook page. If used appropriately
Today Facebook's one billion-plus users make it a formidable yet more discreet dating site. If you're only looking for one in a billion, chances are he or she are on Facebook.
In the wake of this most recent feature rollout from the Facebook team, Consumer Reports Internet Privacy and Security Survey and the latest visual from Marketo are reporting that close to 13 million Facebook users have never touched their privacy settings.
The biggest concern has been about location-based data being used to target you with ads. Some worry that Facebook could learn where you live, where you sleep, where you work, all with data from your phone.
You might not be surprised to learn that almost a full 25 percent of today's college admissions officers use Facebook when judging applicants.