privacy

Share SANTA ANA, Calif. – Members of the adult entertainment industry are locked at the hip with Facebook to communicate and market their businesses. But accusations that Facebook allows third party access to the wealth of information without user knowledge or consent can only change that.

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Share Haunted by Nazi-era abuses, Germans are sensitive about enterprises storing any information about people. Cease-and-desist warnings were sent by the national association of citizens’ advice bureaux to MySpace and Xing, as well as to Facebook, requiring them to alter their data rules.

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Share Everyday I receive emails from people about how their account was hacked, how a friend tagged them in the photo and they want a way to avoid it, as well as a number of other complications related to their privacy on Facebook. I figured that many people would benefit from a thorough overview on how to protect your privacy on Facebook. Below is a step by step process for protecting your privacy. 1 – Using Friend List I can’t tell you how many people are not aware of their friend lists. For those not aware of what friend lists are, Facebook describes them as a feature which allows “you to create private groupings of friends based on your personal preferences. For example, you can create a Friend List for your friends that meet for weekly book club meetings. You can create Friend Lists for all of your organizational needs, allowing you to quickly view friends by type and send messages to your lists. You can configure your friend lists by visiting the http://www.facebook.com/friends/ of your Facebook.

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