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While covering Facebook's systematic elimination of privacy, we've been deluged with questions from readers asking how to restore certain Facebook privacy protections. Sadly, many such settings appear to be lost forever. Here are the most glaring examples.
Gawker · 12/16/2009
Facebook's approach toward the privacy of both users and non-users is not going down well among European regulators, appearing in a Belgian court case over tracking this week, and withholding the European launch of its photo-sharing app, Moments, due …
Haymarket Media · 6/23/2015
It's time to review how well you well you have been protecting your privacy on Facebook. Why? Because Facebook is beginning to roll out the new version of its search engine. First announced by Mark Zuckerberg in January, Graph Search makes it easier for ...
Graham Cluley · 7/9/2013
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Starting January 1, 2015, Facebook is going to update its current privacy policy. Users will have a new tool – “Privacy Basics”– that will help them take control of what they share and whom they share. On Monday, the new tool was introduced by ...
States Chronicles · 11/28/2014
Facebook is the most popular place for connecting with friends and family online. You share photos, opinions and personal details from your daily life. You don't want this data to fall into the wrong hands. But if you don't set your privacy settings ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · ByKim Komando · 6/10/2011
Today, Facebook tried to actually improve the situation for its users by making its privacy much clearer and four times smaller than before, and also by adding an interactive "Privacy Basics" guide that explains to users one information byte at a time what ...
Tom's Hardware · 11/13/2014
Visit CIO’s Macs in the Enterprise page. Privacy has long been a thorny issue for Facebook: Three years ago, the social networking site unveiled its Beacon advertising project, which resulted in a class-action lawsuit. December’s privacy changes aimed ...
Macworld Mac Central · 4/23/2010
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If you have a Facebook account, you’ve probably seen a “privacy notice” floating around on some of your friend’s status updates, warning government agents that they do not have permission to use any of the private information ...
Fox4kc · ByJason M. Vaughn · 6/5/2012
Facebook has more than a billion users who share photos, stream videos, and post status updates regarding their daily lives. Regardless of what you might think, however, that embarrassing St. Patrick’s Day photo of you in the green leprechaun hat may …
Digital Trends · 3/26/2014
A dustup over the republication of private Facebook status updates on Storify points to how privacy on the social network is relative and users must remain vigilant to avoid getting burned. The online controversy started Friday whenthe business news site ...
CSO · ByAntone Gonsalves · 1/22/2013