Facebook’s new terms of service caused quite a stir this past weekend, prompting many users to drop their Facebook accounts altogether. Too hooked on Facebook to cut it off completely? It’s time you learned more about your privacy settings.
The Facebook obsessives at weblog AllFacebook round up 10 privacy settings every Facebook user should know, most of which can be found through the Facebook privacy page. The post details how you can remove yourself from Facebook and Google searches, control who sees your tagged photos, your albums, and your status, and basically avoid embarrassing and common Facebook slip-ups. Check out the AllFacebook post for more.
If you’re serious about managing your Facebook privacy, head over to the Facebook privacy page and get to know the options within. On the other hand, if the recent Facebook privacy debacle has you rethinking your participation in the social site, let’s hear about it in the comments.
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