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Facebook Part II Privacy Settings Patrick Therrien Technology & Education Training Specialist
Privacy Settings Click on the down arrow next to home to open up your privacy settings. 2.
Privacy Settings The Public Setting allows everyone on Facebook to view access, and youre your information. We will begin by utilizing friends as a default. The Friends setting allows only the people youve added as friends to view your information..
Privacy Settings Here are five essential things everyone should understand about Facebook privacy: By default Facebook is publicly visible Some information will always be public Third Party Websites Facebook advertisers Facebook uses facial recognition 4
How Do You Connect? How can look up your profile Who can send friend requests Who can send you Facebook messages Who can post on your wall Who can see your wall posts 5
Apps, Games & Website Settings This is where you can control what information is shared by apps, games and websites. 6
App Settings Not all App settings can be changed. If youre uncomfortable with the information and permission that the app requires, I recommend removing the Application. 7
Understanding Privacy and the Use of Apps & Games While most Apps and Games are free, you pay for them by sharing your information. To sign up for an App or Game, you must give it permission to do certain things. This can include accessing your profile data, posting on your Wall, and viewing information about your Friends. 8
How Tags Work Profile Preview Tag Review Maximum Profile Visibility Tag Suggestions Friends can check you into places 10
Controlling Privacy on your Profile The visibility selector indicates that my birthdate can only be seen by me, therefore it is not visible by the public. To see what your profile looks like to other people click onView MY Profile 11
Controlling Privacy on your Profile On the top toolbar, click your name to access your Profile. Click Edit Profile. Click on View As Next you can fill in a name in Enter a friends name or click on the Blue Public link to see what your profile looks like to them. 12
Set Privacy Settings for Facebook Ads 1. Click on Account Settings 2. Click on Facebook Ads 3. Click on Blue Link edit third party ad settings 13
Using List to Customize Your Privacy There are times that you only want to share your post with certain friends, creating lists helps you control your privacy when posting. 14
To Create a New List To create a list Click on More than Click on Create a List 15
Conclusion If you have any comments or suggestions on this module please leave your comments on our home page located on the left hand side Your Opinion Counts http://www.maine.gov/msl/commons/index.shtml 16