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Facebook Privacy Settings: 3 To Check

Facebook privacy settings can be tricky to navigate. Do you need to change these?
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alinafoster
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8/4/2015 | 3:37:04 AM
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AmmarNaeem
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AmmarNaeem,
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1/31/2014 | 2:01:52 AM
Re: Your habits?
We do not know that even Facebook come up with even more lengthy setup for privacy settings. Still users have to go through to the lengthy process to reach out to their privacy settings. Instead of these lengthy settings facebook provide security settings on each post. Learn more how to short length and Coming to Terms with Facebook's Debatable Privacy Settings
Meshach_007m
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Meshach_007m,
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1/25/2014 | 1:38:33 AM
Re: Your habits?
once in three months I check my profile settings. But from your post only I got an understanding about apps and ads. thanks for your post.
blinx123
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blinx123,
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1/15/2014 | 2:57:50 AM
Re: Your habits?
I use MyPermissions on my Android. It goes farther than your 3 steps there by not only letting you block friends apps from my info but also partner sites AND most importantly all the apps I use. It also let's me manage Twitter and Google :-)
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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1/14/2014 | 8:20:58 PM
Re: protection through omission
That's a good point, too. I don't disclose my birthday, hometown and phone number, for example.
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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1/14/2014 | 8:20:03 PM
Your habits?
Readers, do you make a habit of checking your privacy settings? If so, how often?
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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1/14/2014 | 8:15:03 PM
protection through omission
It may also be worthwhile to not provide certain information to Facebook, even though it asks.
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