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Let’s face it, we all have an embarrassing photo that we don’t want people to see on Facebook. Maintaining privacy on Facebook is important because recruiters, teachers, bosses and college admission committees are highly likely to look at your profile ...
Forbes · 11/20/2013
The Internet has been simmering lately over privacy concerns surrounding Facebook ’s Messenger app, which will soon become the only way mobile users can send and receive messages on the social network. Some users were notified Wednesday that …
The Wall Street Journal · ByReed Albergotti · 8/8/2014
Have you posted the notice to your Facebook timeline to proclaim your copyright ownership of all content? Have you seen others from your social network posting such a notice? If you haven’t already, don’t bother. It’s a hoax. It’s not even a new hoax.
PC World · ByTony Bradley · 11/27/2012
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Since late last month, Facebook users have been posting a legal-sounding “privacy notice.” By putting the notice on their timelines, they hope, they will become exempt from the terms and conditions of Facebook’s “Data Use Policy,” which users ...
Slate · 6/6/2012
If Facebook and privacy had a relationship status, it might be "It's complicated." More or less every day, the company gets bombarded with user feedback demanding more privacy settings and greater choice in determining what other people can or can't see.
Washington Post · 4/8/2014
Facebook and online privacy: For several years now, it's been hard to talk about one without talking about the other. And Facebook's latest offering, called Home, is no exception. Facebook Home is an Android app that acts like a skin, updating the standard ...
CNN · ByHeather Kelly · 4/5/2013
Last spring, I wrote a post outlining six steps for checking your Facebook privacy. These steps were developed during workshops that I had been teaching faculty and students at Emory on creating an academic web presence. While I (and most everyone …
The Chronicle of Higher Education · 6/14/2012
Lock down your Facebook privacy settings so you don't share more than you intend to. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/WIRED Facebook wants you to share as much information about yourself as possible. It wants your friends to do the same. After all, the more …
Wired News · ByChristina Bonnington · 8/29/2013
Privacy concerns and privacy controls on Facebook are ever changing. When you post a picture of your kids at a family gathering, which one of your Facebook friends can share it? What private information are those Facebook game apps collecting on you for ...
Techlicious · 3/11/2015
While we've always known that Facebook has the final say in how people use its service, a new study reveals just how effectively the social network can nudge its members to behave in ways Facebook might consider most fitting. An unprecedented study …
The Huffington Post · ByBianca Bosker · 3/6/2013