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.
Facebook is making its infamously confusing privacy settings a little more clear. In this "Privacy Checkup" you'll be able
Some potential passwords generated based on my friend list and interests. (You're not even close!) This post has been modified
It looks like Facebook may have just acknowledged one of the biggest gripes people have about the social network: Its privacy
Educating children on the best way to use websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr may protect them from potential problems.
...So, do you catch my drift? If not, let me drill it into your thick skull in another way for you. In today's technology
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 reaffirmed its position on Friday that it's able to use the postings and personal information of 1.2 billion accounts