Facebook is regularly scrutinized regarding privacy. The truth is, though, that we all have a great deal of control over what we share and with whom. The problem, of course, is that many simply refuse to follow some simple steps to staying protected.
All too often lately, I am seeing photos of non-friends that I’m sure those people don’t want me to see. However, they have their privacy for those photos on “Friends of Friends” so when my friend comments on them, I see them. It’s easy to change.
These are my suggestions. Use them as a guide. You may be more or less private, so feel free to adjust accordingly.
1) Create a Close Friends list… And use it!
Prior to creating their new Smart Lists, fewer than 5% of Facebook users used lists to control their privacy. Considering all of the complaints about privacy, this is baffling to…
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