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The Most Important Ways to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

THE MOST IMPORTANT WAYS PRIVACY ON I FACEBOOK TO PROTECT YOUR OOO FACEBOOK KNOWS YOU VERY WELL BY COLLECTING A LOT OF INFORMATION FROM EACH USER INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: What you do and information you provide on Facebook: Sign-up details What you create or share The date a file How you use Facebook was created Content you view How you engage with content - The frequency and duration of your activities Messages and Photo communication with others locations What other users do and information they provide about you: When other people share a photo of you When you receive a message from another user When other people upload, sync, or import your contact information Your networks and connections: Groups you like to share with Contact information you provide if you upload, sync, or import this information from The people and People you communicate groups you are connected to with the most a device Information about payments made through Facebook: Device information: Information from or about the computers, phones, or other devices where you install or access Facebook f Device locations, including specific geographic locations, such as through GPS, Your operating system, hardware version, device settings, file and software names Payment information (including game purchases) Billing, shipping, and contact details and types, battery and signal strength, and device identifiers Bluetooth, or WiFi signals Account and authentication The name of your mobile operator or ISP, S browser type, language and time zone, mobile phone number, and IP address information Information from third-party websites and apps that Information from third-party partners and Facebook companies use Facebook: Information about the apps and websites you visit Use of Facebook services on those websites and apps About you Your activities on and off Facebook Information the developer or publisher of the app or website provides to you or Facebook Your experiences or interactions with them THE VERY PUBLIC STATUS OF YOUR PROFILE Anyone can see your public profile including: People you aren't friends with Non-Facebook users When someone who isn't your friend searches for you, what they see depends on the audience you select for specific information and posts (public, friends of friends, friends +friends of anyone tagged, only me, or custom) Your public profile shows your: Name Username Networks (if you choose to add them) Gender Profile picture Cover photo User ID Many active users don't use Facebook's privacy controls It's not just about your profile, it's about your activity too 13,000,000 A 2012 Consumer Reports survey found that 13 million U.S. Facebook users aren't aware of the network's privacy control settings or don't use them at all When you like certain pages, or comment on public posts, other people can learn a lot about you -foo But that seems to be changing: Even if the audience of a photo or post was once private, a friend can update the audience to public after you like or A 2015 study found that more than half of Millennials pay more attention to and control their privacy settings compared to in the past comment on it TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PRIVACY ON YOUR PROFILE To see how your profile looks to others Olivia Reynolds Update Info View Activity Log .. Timeline About Friends 11,439 Photos More View As... Timeline Settings Add a Badge to Your Site Go to your profile page Click the ellipses Log in to Facebook on a computer (not a mobile device) Select View As.. button on the bottom right corner of your cover photo You're in charge of who can see your posts If you customize the audience for your posts often, lists may come in handy. To add friends to a new list: Every time you post a status update, photo, or video, you an choose who sees it: Create New List Create a list of people so you can easily share with them & Friends - and see their updates in one place. List Name: Who should see this? Members: who would you tike to add to this list? O Public Anyone on or off Facebook v& Friends Anyone on or off Facebook Create Cancel A Only Me - Log in to Facebook on a computer (not a mobile device) Only Me - Go to the Friends section on the left side of your News Feed - Click More - Click Create List - Name your list and add friends More Options If you accidentally share a post with the wrong audience, you can change it To add friends to an existing list: To delete or hide posts: - Go to the Friends section FRIENDS * Close Friends XI don't like this post * Family O Hide from Timeline A Delete - Click See All Friends + Create List See All Friends - Go to your Timeline and find the status update, photo, or video you would like to remove - Use the menu next to your friend's name to add them to a list - Open the menu in the upper right corner of the post and select Delete - To hide a post, choose Hide From Timeline V Friends - Hiding a post means you can keep it, but no one else can see it Get notification Close friends - It may still show up - Search results - Other locations on Aquaintances Add to another list... Facebook Take advantage of Facebook's privacy controls Privacy Settings and Tools Click the arrow menu at the top right of any page on Facebook Priy Timeline and Tegping Whe can see my stuff? Blecking Click Settings Who can contact me Whe can leok me up Use the Security, Privacy, and Timeline and Tagging options to manage your privacy settings Facebook also provides a Privacy Checkup menu It allows you to review and adjust your privacy settings to ensure you're sharing with who you'd like to share with To use the Privacy Checkup: Molly Click the lock icon at the top of any page on Facebook Privacy Shortcuts Select Privacy Checkup Privacy Checkup You can review: 3 Who can see my stuff - Who sees your posts - Your settings for apps you've logged into with Facebook - Who can see information from your profile, such as your phone number and email address 3 Who can contact me?? How do I stop someone from bothering me? THIRD-PARTY APPS AREN'T ALL FUN AND GAMES 20 million: 9 million: People on Facebook install 20 million apps every day There are more than 9 million apps and websites integrated with Facebook Third-party apps receive your public information With additional permissions they can get information your friends share with you One of your friends could run an app and give it access to your information without your knowledge Korean quiz app Vonvon allowed Facebook users to find out what their most-used words are. To find out their most-used words, users gave access to: - Facebook status updates - Full name - Entire friends list - Age - Everything you've ever "Liked" - Date of birth " All your photos and - Profile photo photos you're tagged in - Information about the device you were using - Hometown - Current city when you clicked "Accept" - IP address Once you give an app your information, you can't take it back Third-party apps, games and quizzes aren't necessarily bad-you just need to control them Click the arrow menu button on the top right of your Facebook profile App Settings Legged inwfacebeek Legpetin ma 2 Click Settings Click Apps in the left menu Payments Suppert Inbe Hover over an app or game and click the pencil icon to edit its settings S* ON TOP OF YOUR ADVERTISE AD PREFERENCES f adver 3 million businesses actively advertise on Facebook In the first quarter of 2016, Facebook reported $5.382 billion in revenue, which was a 51.9% increase from $3.543 billion in the same quarter of 2014 Of that revenue, 96.6% stemmed from advertising The data Facebook collects on Take control of Facebook its users: advertising: I Ad preferences are a way to learn why users see a particular ad $4 - They control how Facebook uses information about users on and off Facebook, and which ads each user sees Facebook Ads Ads based on my use of Lets the site increase its ad rates Ads with my social actions prelerences Spe To adjust your ad preferences: 3 Click the arrow Click Click Allows businesses to create highly menu button on the Settings Ads top right of your Facebook profile targeted ads FACEBOOK PRIVACY AND THE LAW In 2012 Facebook was sued for $15 billion by subscribers who claimed the platform invaded their privacy by tracking their internet use, even after they logged out of Facebook Ef D Matthew Campbell and Michael Hurley sued Facebook in 2013 for allegedly scanning private messages illegally The plaintiffs said links from these messages were funneled to a searchable database Adam Pezen, Carlo Licata, and Nimesh Patel separately sued Facebook in 2015, alleging the platform illegally collected biometric data from people tagged in pictures posted by other Facebook users with its facial recognition software When it comes to your privacy on Facebook, it's up to you to manage your settings and stay on top of updates. 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The Most Important Ways to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

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An estimated 13 million U.S. Facebook users aren't aware of the network's privacy control settings or don't even use them at all! Take a look at this infographic to learn how to safeguard your informa...


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