The Who, What and Where of Facebook - Security Tips

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    Great news is that, you can now completely control the 3 W’s of facebook privacy. The Who, What and the Where. Who can access What in your profile and from Where. On your homepage, you can view the sidebar called Privacy Settings and Tools, that will show you a list of Who can see What on your profile. There’s a tab called ‘Who can see my stuff’ where you can manage the viewers of your future posts. This can be used when you’re posting any status by choosing the audience selector. But, when you change it in the settings menu, it remains as default for any post of yours unless it’s changed by you.
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    Review all posts you’re tagged in: This tab means that you can use the Activity Log to see every update of yours before it goes to your Facebook profile. You could be tagged in a new photo, what you listen to on Spotify and any status you’re tagged in will seek your permission before updating  these details on your profile. This log is important, as you can also choose who can see your updates and whether you want any particular update to appear on your timeline or not.

    Limit the audience for past posts: If your privacy settings were set such that all your previous posts were viewable by “Friends of friends” and now you change your settings, you can apply the current settings to all your old posts as well. This will increase the privacy settings of not only your present activity, but of your old activities as well, which is a good thing, in case you want to change your privacy settings. This way you know for sure that none of your old posts are set to “Public”.
    From where can People look you up: You have the option to set who can look you up, using either your e-mail or your name. If you can set that everyone can look you up using your name, then anybody who knows your name can search and find you on facebook. If you set the email option, anybody who has access to your email id can look up and find you. This is a safe option as most of your friends/colleagues only would have your email id.
    Linking your profile to Search engines: In case you don’t want your profile to show up in search engines, you can turn this feature off. If somebody searches your name in Google,  they will not find your facebook profile.
    All these settings in facebook privacy are easy to understand, but need to paid attention to, in order to tweak them as you want to.
7 comments on The Who, What and Where of Facebook - Security Tips
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