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Tag: "facebook privacy settings"

Facebook Places – How to turn it off

Facebook Places – How to turn it off

| August 31, 2010

After reading my first post on this topic, many of my friends on Facebook came forward and asked me what they can do with their account settings to protect themselves and their children.  In this blog-post sequel, I will try to provide parents with somewhat of a solution, as well as address a few more […]

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Facebook Places – A Great Tool or A Stalker’s Best Friend?

Facebook Places – A Great Tool or A Stalker’s Best Friend?

| August 20, 2010 | Comments (0)

Possibly feeling out of the loop when it comes to GPS locating features like the one you’ll find in the 2 million-member-social-networking site, Foursquare, Facebook has officially released their version of the service, called Places.  The feature is available to Facebook users in the U.S., and just like Foursquare, Places allows users to post their […]

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How You Can Easily Reclaim Your Privacy on Facebook

How You Can Easily Reclaim Your Privacy on Facebook

| June 2, 2010 | Comments (0)

Thanks to Randall Deich—a professional developer, educator, and a LinkedIn friend of mine—readers of this blog post will be able to take full advantage of a very useful privacy tool made specifically for their Facebook privacy settings. The tool is essentially an all-in-one privacy scanner designed to point out any loose-ends that you may have […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your Facebook Privacy Settings

Getting the Most Out of Your Facebook Privacy Settings

| May 17, 2010 | Comments (0)

Lately there’s been a lot of controversy surrounding Facebook and the decisions they’ve made towards their users’ privacy settings.  Some people have such strong feelings about it that they’ve banded together and have committed to quitting Facebook on May 31st. So far 3,500 people have “commit to quit”.  Though this number barely scratches the surface […]

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